Here’s a look at a recent survey conducted with 1,500 American adults that showed 37 percent rate their personal finances as good or excellent.
The Rasmussen Consumer Index dipped a point on Friday to 98.5, up two-and-a-half points from a the week before and two points from a month ago but unchanged from three months ago.
The Rasmussen Investor Index held steady on Friday at 112.9, up two points from a week ago, one point from a month ago and five points from three months ago.
While 37 percent of adult consumers rated their personal finances as good or excellent, 19 percent rated them poorly.
Among investors, 52 percent say their finances are in good or excellent shape, while just eight percent say their finances are poor.