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Americans say U.S. families of four need $85,000 per year to survive, up from their $58,000 estimate in 2013. Higher earners and Eastern residents estimate higher income thresholds.
U.S. stock ownership has reached 61%, a level last seen during the Great Recession.
ESG has yet to capture much of the American public's attention or divide partisans as sharply as other issues.
Americans' opinions of federal income taxes are the worst they have been in about two decades.
Americans' attitudes about their finances are just as subdued today as they were a year ago, when inflation was near its 40-year peak.
Americans' perceptions of the U.S. housing market are the worst Gallup has ever recorded, with 21% saying it is a good time to buy a house.
Americans pick real estate over stocks and gold as the best investment, but by a smaller margin than last year. Gold has overtaken stocks for second place.
More Americans now than in 2021 say the U.S. is the leading economic power in the world today. As a result, they are now equally likely to identify the U.S. and China as the top power.
Younger Americans are more critical of the social and environmental values of businesses and are more willing to leave their jobs because of these values.
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About half of Americans say businesses should take a stance on political and social issues, including majorities of Democrats and young adults.
Most Americans say they would pay extra for a T-shirt if the company that made it was known for having a positive social or environmental impact.
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Americans' average positive rating of 25 business and industry sectors has fallen to its lowest point since 2008 during the Great Recession.
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Americans are more likely now than they were a year ago to say they are grocery shopping both in person and online. They are also dining out more.
Whether Americans like big business or not depends on the question. More express at least some confidence in big business than say they have a positive view of it.