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Most Americans Doubt Their Children Will Be Better Off, WSJ-NORC Poll Finds

Dim view of economy underpins pessimism about future and record-low happiness in U.S.

Just 12% of respondents described themselves as “very happy,” the lowest share on record since NORC began asking the question every few years starting in 1972 as part of the General Social Survey. Three in 10 respondents called themselves “not too happy,” the highest share on record over that half-century period.