Americans are now more upbeat about their personal finances than they have been in 16-plus years, a Gallup poll has found. Based on responses from more than 1,000 adults, 69 percent — the most since 2002 and just two percentage points off the all-time peak — expect to be more financially stable one year from now. Meanwhile, 16 percent anticipate that they will be in worse financial shape at this time next year. About half of the respondants said their personal financial situation had improved from this point in 2018, while 26 percent said their circumstances had worsened.


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