Another Recession Would Ruin Two-Thirds of Americans, Survey Finds. America’s worst economic downturn since the great depression officially ended about eight years ago. Despite nearly a decade of economic recovery, however, a recent GOBankingRates survey found most Americans today are woefully unprepared for the next recession. On average,
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Among those who expect a double-dip recession, nearly half (44%) fear it will. It was also the highest delinquency rate for personal loans since the second quarter of 2013, according to the banking trade group.
Almost two-thirds of Americans believe a "double-dip" recession is imminent. And that’s not nearly all, according to a recent survey. The survey, which was conducted by StrategyOne, polled more than a thousand American consumers.Among the 65% who believed a double-dip recession (which could only be brought on by two more consecutive quarters of negative economic growth) was imminent:
Nearly two-thirds of Americans think the American Dream is moving away from its traditional roots in community and family. Today, they say, the "dream" is more likely to be about making money, buying things and gaining personal recognition.
Finally, the economy could worsen to the point that we enter a double dip recession as seen in Europe– this is also. that the overall environment will steer us to the bottom two-thirds of the arc,
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Nearly two-thirds of Americans sense double-dip recession What is a double-dip recession? | HowStuffWorks – Something all economists can agree upon is that consumers play a critical role in ending recessions. consumer spending accounts for at least two-thirds of the total GDP in the U.S.
Even in recovery, both the UK and the USA experienced persistent mass.. a double-dip recession, and dealing with the various legacies of the depression which. for about 60 per cent of total international lending, about one-third of which.. In some sense, such a lack of foresight represents a failure of.