Millionaires are sharply divided politically, and their politics are increasingly shaping their views of the economy and financial markets, according to the CNBC Millionaire's Survey, conducted by Spectrem Group in May 2017 on behalf of CNBC.
The survey is an exclusive semiannual summary of the investment attitudes and behaviors of investors with $1 million or more of investable assets. Seven hundred and fifty investors responded.
According to the research, half of millionaires surveyed believe the economy will be stronger in 2017. Another one-third said it will stay the same.
Most millionaires are also fairly bullish on the stock market. Fully 58 percent say the S&P 500 will be up at least 5 percent in 2017, with 15 percent saying it will be up double digits.