On Friday we learned that economic growth in the third quarter of this year was two percent. Positive growth is always welcome but what does this tell us about the health of the economy? What are the key numbers and why do they seem to tell conflicting stories? And as voters head to the polls, what can we say for sure about the results we’ve seen from the past two years of economic policy? We ask Bill Beach, director of the Center for Data Analysis at the Heritage Foundation.