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A large majority of Americans do not believe that their children’s lives will be better than theirs, according to a new poll from The Wall Street Journal and the University of Chicago.

Most adults polled — 78 percent — said their children’s generation will have it worse off, compared to 42 percent holding that view in 2001. The findings point to increasing economic pessimism in the country.


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