Substantial shares of Latinos and Native Americans also report serious problems during this period
For immediate release: August 8, 2022
Boston, MA – A new NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health poll shows that at a time when households across the U.S. widely report experiencing serious problems from inflation, Black Americans are substantially more likely than whites to report they are currently having serious financial problems in this period (55% to 38%, see Table 1). Black adults also report facing more serious issues across several areas . . .
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November 30, 2022