Globalist Quiz

How does the U.S. stack up on economic growth?

Marketplace Contributor Jan 4, 2013

It’s quiz time on the Marketplace Morning Report. Stephan Richter, editor-in-chief of the online international affairs magazine The Globalist, brings us today’s question: What percent did the U.S. grow annually, on average, over the last two decades?

Your choices:

a. Over 10 percent
b. Over 6.5 percent
c. 5 percent
d. 2.5 percent

Click on the audio player above to hear the answer and learn more about economic growth rates around the world.

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