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The economic outlook might be a bit more positive. Source: Shutterstock

TransUnion’s latest survey showed the financial hardships of the pandemic eased sharply in the past three months, with optimism rising on the strength of vaccinations, government support and youth.

The Chicago credit reporting agency surveyed 3,027 U.S. adults from May 24 to June 1 and found 32% said their current income had decreased because of the COVID-19 pandemic, down from 38% three months earlier and 51% in late September 2020.

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