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More than 40% of non-retired adults said the pandemic’s economic impact will make it more challenging for them to achieve their long-term financial goals, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.

Among the 51% of the survey respondents who reported their financial situation got worse during the coronavirus crisis, 44% think it will take them three years or more to recover financially from where they were in 2020, and one in 10 said they don’t think their finances will fully recover.

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