While it’s widely understood that the fortunes of the insurance industry are intrinsically linked with the economy at large, a new study the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) quantifies that connection.

In an April 2011 survey of 1,010 consumers in the U.S., the NAIC found that the nation’s weak economy has driven changes for 53% of Americans that could impact the cost of their car insurance.

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