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There Are More Bankruptcy Filings During Conservative Presidencies

There Are More Bankruptcy Filings During Conservative Presidencies Conservative Truths According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of

There Are More Bankruptcy Filings During Conservative Presidencies Conservative Truths
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2003 the years where a Republican President was in office show a higher total rate of Bankruptcy Petition Filings than when a Democratic President was in office.

In 1998, when Democrat William Jefferson Clinton was President, the Total Number of Bankruptcy Petitions Filed was 1,429,459.

In 1999, when Democrat William Jefferson Clinton was President, the Total Number of Bankruptcy Petitions Filed decreased to 1,391,964.

In 2000, when Democrat William Jefferson Clinton was President, the Total Number of Bankruptcy Petitions Filed further decreased to 1,276,922.

In 2001, when Republican George Walker Bush was President, the Total Number of Bankruptcy Petitions Filed increased to 1,386,606.

In 2002, when Republican George Walker Bush was President, the Total Number of Bankruptcy Petitions Filed further increased to 1,505,306.

Source: 15-business.pdf No. 756

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