(Gallup) Fewer Americans Expect to Be Better Off in a Year

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Fewer Americans are now optimistic about their future personal financial situations, with 57% saying they will be better off in a year, down from 66% who said so last October. Optimism still surpasses pessimism, as 29% expect to be worse off a year from now -- although that is up from 11% who said so last fall.

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