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Subject WSJ Poll: 78% Doubt Their Children Will Be Better Off in Biden’s America, Highest Share in Survey History
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Seventy-eight percent of Americans doubt their children will be better off in President Joe Biden’s America, according to a WSJ-NORC poll released Friday.

Seventy-eight percent represents the highest share of Americans who are pessimistic since the survey began asking the question in the 1990s.

According to the pollster, the doubt about Biden’s America is a result of a couple of factors, including the interchange between education and the employment market:
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