In the latest survey from WalletHub, it showed that 84%* of Americans want to see another stimulus check.

*Results of a nationally representative online survey of over 350 respondents.*

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Economically speaking, the Coronavirus pandemic is one of the worst events to happen and many Americans are looking for more help financially,  In the latest survey by WalletHub, 84%* of Americans believe there should be another round of stimulus checks. Not only this, but 65%*  of people would rather have another check instead of canceling out their rent or mortgage.

According to the survey, the key stats to take away from the survey were:

  • Many people are at risk of going broke: Nearly 160 million Americans are less than three months away from running out of money.
  • 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.
What are your thoughts on this? While some people have yet to see the first wave of stimulus checks, do you believe there should be another check issued?
To see more information about the survey and to see other findings, you can see the full results by clicking here!
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