Americans’ anxiety around the economy grows

Americans’ anxiety around the economy grows

Economic conditions, even with a number of strong fundamental pillars of the U.S. economy, are placing┬ámore and more anxiety on the average American. From the Federal Reserve’s caution over interest rates to the poor job growth in May, Americans’ financial worries are beginning to worsen. A recent Marketplace-Edison Research poll indicates that individuals are more likely to lose sleep over financial burdens than a year ago and are less hopeful about possible job prospects than in 2015. These anxieties have manifested themselves in Presidential campaign rhetoric against issues such as free trade agreements and the notion of a “rigged” political system.

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