Polls: Jamaicans Say Economy has Improved – August 27 2020

Polls: Jamaicans Say Economy has Improved - August 27 2020 1

 

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16 Comments on "Polls: Jamaicans Say Economy has Improved – August 27 2020"

  1. Island Princess | August 28, 2020 at 11:32 AM | Reply

    In all fairness, the country’s economy grew since this administration took office.

    • Michael Humphrey | August 28, 2020 at 11:40 AM | Reply

      Agreed. The Jamaica Labour Party led Government has done a good job in the management of the Jamaican economy.

  2. If economy had improved people would have seen and felt it in their everyday lives our families wouldn’t have to depend on us here overseas to get the basic necessity of food .you can sell that nonsense to someone else

    • That’s the truth im so tired of the fairy tale lie and lives that these damn politicians sell to the people and what is so sad about it is that some of these supporters don’t vote on facts and policies they vote party loyalty and handouts . until Jamaica gets a better political system im not holding my breath we need to have a system that no one person can serve for more than two terms man .I have known Babsy Grange since I was a kid im now fifty years old go figure .They need to leave politics alone and allow young people with fresh ideas to take Jamaica in a proactive way into the 21s century

    • Ronae Johnson | August 28, 2020 at 1:15 PM | Reply

      @Deon Thompson if we have debt until it is resolved then the individual growth will not be fully felt anytime soon.

    • Deon Thompson | August 28, 2020 at 1:48 PM | Reply

      @Ronae Johnson point taken

    • Tracksman Beats | August 28, 2020 at 6:01 PM | Reply

      @Ronae Johnson exactly 👏👏👏

  3. Jermaine Mitchell | August 28, 2020 at 12:52 PM | Reply

    The economy as grown for who?The fact is that alot of stuffs that were already in plce for the vulnerable like path programs so far by the pnp has been endorsed by the jlp n not stop which is good.Its still hard for lower class ppl to own lands n houses,farmers especially small ones not getting the real push to really be apart of the whole growth,roads for certain rural areas that have been crying for yrs n still crying n i cn go on n on.The two party is crap n only for high class ppl.The real cries of the ppl is not being addressed.What they need to do is take the workable plans from both manifestos n put them together n let it work for the overall good of the people of jamaica.

    • UNITED TITANS TV | August 28, 2020 at 1:48 PM | Reply

      🤔😉 that a very reasonable conclusion or we can say for Jamaica to grow has one overall nation we must first turn a conservative nation

  4. 🗣️ Weeeaak pnp weeeaak

  5. Yes well done and now wait for the covid bill and then we can talk dam fool

  6. We as a people must love truth regardless of who is the prime minister or government cause only the truth a go set we free.

  7. GROWN REALLY! THIS IS A SERIOUS JOKE! PEOPLE CAN’T EVEN BUY CHICKEN BACK!
    WHICH JAMAICANS ARE YOU
    TALKING ABOUT!!!

  8. Michael Fontana | August 28, 2020 at 5:40 PM | Reply

    Yes it has been improve that is so true..

  9. Are you all blind or something I don’t support either party but where is the growth you all talking about which person doing a 9-5 is achieving there goals since the last four years raise of hand plssssss

  10. Improve when cost of living is going up and the pay ain’t going up

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