November 4, 2010

Once Again, The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be

Most Parents Expect Their Children To Live Better Than Them–But More Now Have Doubts (graphic)

Parents expect their own children to have a better standard of living than their own. The most recent survey by the NYT in 2005 shows parents are more pessimistic about their children’s future standard of living compared to earlier surveys conducted by the GSS.

Most Parents Expect Their Children To Live Better Than Them--But More Now Have Doubts (graphic)