Financial and Monetary Systems

What does the financial future hold for the next generation?

Hungarians are more pessimistic than optimistic about the financial future of children in their country. Image: Unsplash/Annie Spratt

Laura Clancy

Research assistant, Pew Research Center

Roseline Gray

Intern , Pew Research Center.

Bao Vu

Intern , Pew Research Center.

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42% of respondents in Poland say the youngest generation will be worse off financially. Image: Pew Research Center.
In South Korea, for example, there has been a steady increase since 2013. Image: Pew Research Center.
In Poland, 63% of those with a negative view of the country’s current economic situation believe children will be worse off in the future. Image: Pew Research Center.
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