Opinion of U.S. millennials on poverty reduction 2016

Opinion of U.S. millennials on whether the government should spend more to reduce poverty as of 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 25, 2016
Opinion of U.S. millennials on poverty reduction 2016 This statistic shows the opinion of U.S. millennials on whether the government should spend more to reduce poverty. Seventeen percent of U.S. millennials in 2016 strongly agreed that the government should spend more to combat poverty.
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Opinion of U.S. millennials on whether the government should spend more to reduce poverty as of 2016

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