More Americans Worse Off Financially Than a Year Ago

Gallup just released a new poll showing that 42% of Americans claim that they are worse off financially than they were a year ago. The trend is rising, despite record levels in the stock market. Yet, more Americans are optimistic that their fortunes will improve in the coming year.

Gallup PollFULL ARTICLE HERE

 


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