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Most Americans believe their personal finances haven't improved since Donald Trump won the presidential election four years ago, according to a new survey published by Bankrate.com.
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Roughly one-quarter of survey respondents — 26% — said their finances have improved since Trump moved into the White House in January 2017, while 25% said their finances have gotten worse. Forty percent of respondents said their finances have not changed over the past four years.
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Groups that are more likely to say their financial situation is better now than it was four years ago tend to be male, white, college graduates, baby boomers and individuals earning more than $80,000 or more.
“Despite the president’s rhetoric about his superior handling of the economy, Americans are very much divided as to whether they’d be better off with him still at the helm,” said Mark Hamrick, Bankrate.com senior economic analyst. "No matter which candidate is sitting in the White House after Inauguration Day in 2021, significant economic challenges will persist."