American polling is a funny business, especially at a time when that nation seems unable to make up its mind on just about anything.
Today the Gallup organization reported that Americans have no idea whether their children will be better off in the future or not. According to Gallup,
“Americans are evenly divided about whether it is likely (49%) or unlikely (50%) that the next generation of youth in the country will have a better life than their parents. That is a slightly more positive assessment than in early 2011, when the slight majority, 55%, thought it was unlikely the next generation would achieve this goal.
“Still, views today remain depressed compared with 2008 Continue reading “Better life for the kids? Who knows?”