Poll: Majority Of Americans Say Economic Depression Is Ahead

Newly released polling data shows the majority of Americans are not optimistic about the economy.


Rasmussen Reports released the survey, which found that 21% say a depression is very likely.

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“With the stock market tumbling, a majority of Americans think it’s likely there’s an economic depression in the future,” the group wrote. “The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 57% of American Adults believe it’s likely that, over the next few years, the United States will enter a 1930s-like Depression, including 21% who think a depression is Very Likely. Thirty-two percent (32%) don’t think a depression is likely, and another 12% are not sure. These findings haven’t changed much since May, when 55% said a depression was likely in the next few years.”

The survey comes amid gas prices rising again, inflation at the highest level in 40 years, and the Federal Reserve on a streak of rate hikes.

Trish Regan has been talking about a recession for months before most other news outlets.

Now she says the Fed is not doing enough.

In related news, check out this economic analysis from Trish Regan on her podcast:

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