Overall, the average perceived probability of job losses over the next 12 months fell 0.8 percentage points in February to 10.8%, the lowest since the data series began in mid-2013, according to the latest consumer expectations survey from the New York Fed. The figure for low-income Americans, which was significantly higher than the national average for the past decade, now roughly matches it.

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