More Americans Say They Are Worse Off Financially Than Any Other Time Since The Great Recession

  • There is a clear partisan divide with respect to perceptions of financial well-being: 61% of Republicans and 37% of Democrats say they are worse off.
  • However, Americans tend to offer a more optimistic view of their finances under administrations that match their party preferences.
  • The results come after a volatile year throughout which the economy was throttled by inflationary pressures, labor shortages, and supply chain bottlenecks, contributing to negative economic growth in the first two quarters of last year.
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