The US economy has been fragile for some time, but a recent batch of data indicates that Americans might finally be feeling better about the future. According to a survey conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Americans are becoming less concerned about inflation and more confident in the ability of the economy to rebound from the recession. The survey, which was conducted in January 2021, found that fewer Americans believe inflation is a problem. In fact, only 44% of respondents said they expect higher inflation this year as compared to 64% in January 2020. This indicates that, despite rising prices, Americans are feeling better about the current economic outlook. Additionally, the survey also revealed that more Americans believe the economy is improving, with 48% of respondents saying they expect the economy to be stronger in 2021 than it was in 2020. This is up significantly from last year when just 34% of Americans said they expected the economy to improve. Finally, the survey also found that more Americans are feeling optimistic about their own financial security. In January 2021, 40% of respondents said they expected their financial health to improve over the next year, versus just 30% in January 2020. Overall, the survey results suggest that Americans are becoming more confident in the US economy. While inflation remains a concern for some, the general sentiment among citizens is that the economy is on the rise and that their financial stability is improving. Therefore, it is likely that the US economy will continue to improve in 2021.