Most Americans Are ‘Concerned’ About Their Ability to Afford ‘Day to Day Things

Most Americans are concerned about their ability to afford “day to day things” in President Biden’s America, a YouGov/CBS News Poll released this week found.

The survey asked respondents to identify whether they are “confident” or “concerned” about a range of issues regarding their spending habits in an era of 41-year-high inflation and record-breaking gas prices.

Overall, 65 percent said they are “concerned” about their ability to afford “day to day things,” while 66 percent are “concerned” about their ability to “take a vacation or travel.”

Nearly three-quarters, 73 percent, said they are “concerned” about their ability to purchase a “big ticket item,” and another 73 percent said they are “concerned” about their ability to save money right now. (Read more from “Most Americans Are ‘Concerned’ About Their Ability to Afford ‘Day to Day Things” HERE)

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