Household expenses are on the rise for most Americans, but few have seen a corresponding increase in their income.
Despite most describing their household financial situation as good, Americans’ views of the national economy are largely pessimistic as economic issues persist.
Americans are closely divided over the preferred approach to government: 52% want a bigger government providing more services and 47% favor a smaller government delivering fewer services.
Perceptions of ineligibility, confusion about how to enroll, and a lack of services in local communities kept more than 12.5 million experiencing food challenges from getting any help at all.
The public trusts doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, but not hospital executives.