10. Consumer Confidence
The Consumer Confidence Index, a metric assessing how everyday consumers feel about the strength of the economy, hit 125.6 in March 2017, its highest point since 2000. The only thing is that it did fall five points to 120.3 the following month. Even so, it showed that consumers (as of April) had more confidence in the economy under Trump than under Obama, during whose administration the index never exceeded 113.7 (although it did manage to rise to that point after bottoming out in 2009 at 25).