The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

48 per­cent of Amer­i­cans say life will be worse for the next gen­er­a­tion; 46 per­cent of Repub­li­cans and 50 per­cent of Democrats agree.

28 per­cent over­all say life will be bet­ter for the next gen­er­a­tion; 30 per­cent of Repub­li­cans and 27 per­cent of Democrats agree.

41 per­cent over­all say life in Amer­ica to­day is worse “for peo­ple like them” than it was 50 years ago; 40 per­cent of Repub­li­cans and 41 per­cent of Democrats agree.

37 per­cent over­all say life is bet­ter for them now than 50 years ago; 44 per­cent of Repub­li­cans and 35 per­cent of Democrats agree.

28 per­cent are sat­is­fied with the way life is go­ing in Amer­ica now; 49 per­cent of Repub­li­cans and 11 per­cent of Democrats agree.

Source: A Pew Re­search Cen­ter poll of 2,500 U.S. adults con­ducted June 8-18 and re­leased Friday.

Fol­low Jen­nifer Harper on Twit­ter @HarperBul­letin

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