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WSJ Poll: 78% Doubt Their Children Will Be Better Off in Biden’s America, Highest Share in Survey History

 
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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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article..

"One reason Americans worry the next generation will fall behind is that they are losing faith in the power of a college education to move them up the economic ladder. Some 56% of respondents said that a four-year college degree wasn’t worth the cost because people often graduate without specific job skills and with heavy debt. Meanwhile, 42% of respondents said it was worth it because people have a better chance to get a good job and earn more. That marked a reversal from the last time the question was asked in 2017, when a narrow plurality viewed college as worth the investment.

The poll also found only 12 percent of respondents described themselves as “very happy.” That number represents the lowest share on record since the poll began asking the question in 1972. Moreover, three in ten described themselves as “not too happy,” again the highest share on record.
One driver of happiness is financial certainty and economic freedom. According to the poll, Americans are unhappy with their financial position:"
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Re: WSJ Poll: 78% Doubt Their Children Will Be Better Off in Biden’s America, Highest Share in Survey History
Haha you know those "surveys" are always faked.

I would be the true number is more like 95%!
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Re: WSJ Poll: 78% Doubt Their Children Will Be Better Off in Biden’s America, Highest Share in Survey History
Bye-den will be 'Ep-steen'd' before his term is up somehow....also Cameltoe
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Re: WSJ Poll: 78% Doubt Their Children Will Be Better Off in Biden’s America, Highest Share in Survey History
Hey, your on a roll. Have a great weekend.

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Re: WSJ Poll: 78% Doubt Their Children Will Be Better Off in Biden’s America, Highest Share in Survey History
Hey, your on a roll. Have a great weekend.

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