California’s consumer confidence index increased 2.7% to 92.3 in the second quarter of the year, the highest confidence level since 2007, according to the Chapman University’s Anderson Center for Economic Research.

However, the report released Wednesday by the center said an index level below 100 reflects a higher percentage of pessimistic consumers.

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