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Financial Decision Making Confidence and Resources of U.S. Adults

NEFE utilized AmeriSpeak to conduct its latest opinion poll, which first asked respondents for details about having or lacking confidence when making a financial decision. Overall, findings suggest that having (or not having) prior knowledge about the decision was the response most associated with confidence. Also, the youngest respondents (18-29 years old) were generally more apt to state they lack confidence in making financial decisions, compared to the other age groups.

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