A national survey by the personal finance website Wallethub finds 84 percent of Americans want another stimulus check to deal with the on-going economic devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many people are at risk of going broke: Nearly 160 million Americans are less than three months away from running out of money.
Some of the other survey results included the following
Stimulus checks feed vices: Almost 24 million Americans will buy drugs, alcohol or tobacco with their stimulus money.
Americans want unemployment insurance to match wages: Around 56 percent of Americans don't think people's unemployment income should be more than their previous income.
People are generous during the pandemic: A third of Americans say they will donate part of their stimulus money to coronavirus relief.
The young want checks based on financial impact: Millennials are 25 percent more likely than baby boomers to think that stimulus checks should only be given to people experiencing income loss.
Americans think non-impacted businesses shouldn’t get aid: 70 percent of Americans believe that government help should only be given to businesses with a revenue loss.
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