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Americans are closing out 2014 on an optimistic note, according to a new Associated Press-Times Square Alliance poll.Americans are slightly more likely than they were a year ago to believe that the current year was better than the last for the United States – 30 percent say so this year, while 25 percent said so in 2013 . On the other hand, Americans are more likely than in the 2013 poll to say this year was worse than last for the world as a whole, with 38 percent saying so now after 30 percent said so a year ago.Asked separately to rate the importance of 10 key stories, majorities call the expansion of ISIS, the Ebola outbreak and the U.S. midterm elections extremely or very important stories.
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