53% of Americans now describe their personal finances as excellent or good: Gallup poll. Only 14% say there personal finances are poor.
Americans are more upbeat about their personal finances, says a major pollster.
“A May 28-June 4 Gallup poll finds 53% of U.S. adults describing their personal finances as either ‘excellent’ or ‘good,’ compared with 49% in early April, when most of the country was under stay-at-home orders, and the effects of these on the economy were more uncertain,” reported Gallup analyst Jeffrey M. Jones.
A third of the 1,034 U.S. adults said their finances were “fair,” and 14% said they were poor.