Millennials and Gen X are both stressed, broke, and in debt — but Gen X is more worried about it
Tom Merton/Getty ImagesInsider's new series, "The State of Our Money," looks at the financial health among Americans. Insider teamed up with Morning Consult to survey more than 2,000 Americans and found that millennials and Gen X are struggling financially. Gen X has a more negative outlook on their finances, while millennials think they're doing okay compared to their peers. Both generations are equally stressed about money and aren't saving for retirement. Read more personal finance coverage.
Finances are looking a bit bleak for some Americans.
Insider recently teamed up with Morning Consult to survey 2,096 Americans about their financial health, debt, and earnings for its new series, "The State of Our Money." Findings largely didn't paint a pretty picture, particularly for millennials and Gen X (672 and 566 respondents, respectively). The margin of error overall is about 2%.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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