Economics

Read the statement.

Economists note that personal income rose by 5 percent last year.

What impact will the change in personal income have on-demand?

A. It will cause the demand curve to shift down.
B. It will cause the demand curve to shift right.
C. It will cause the demand curve to shift up.***
D. It will cause the demand curve to shift left.
Am I right?

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