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Economic Inequity

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Harris Poll: High cost of housing is making Chicago inhospitable

U.S. News - Harris Poll: For People of Color, Economic Concerns Get Personal

Poll: Black Americans are most likely to expect election violence this November - and it's compelling them to vote

Chicago takes a hyperlocal approach to closing racial health gaps

Black And Hispanic Americans Are More Likely To Be Struggling With Mental Health. Here's What Employers And Communities Can Do

Housing instability weighs on Chicagoans' minds, Harris Poll finds

U.S. Maternal Mortality Crisis Hits Black Women Hardest

With inflation at a 40-year high, who feels better off today? They do

Views on inequity in the workplace

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Hue x Harris Poll: State of Inequity Report 2022

Invest in neighborhoods to jump-start pandemic recovery

Brief 19 min Read

Redefining Health and Wealth Inequities in Chicago

The MacArthur Foundation and The Harris Poll teamed up to understand how Chicagoans' perspectives on health and wealth inequities have changed at the end of 2021.

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Now is the time to address economic inequity

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Addressing Chicago’s Economic Inequity

Chicagoan perceptions provide a window into wealth distribution and economic inequity in the area.

Brief 3 min Read

Americans feel they’re worse off financially than their parents’ generation

Report: Women still aren't asking for raises, even though the pandemic hit them hard

The Harris Poll: Redefining Health and Wealth Inequities in Chicago

Brief 3 min Read

Americans Agree: It’s time to raise the minimum wage

83% of Americans say $7.25 minimum wage is not enough: poll

60% of Americans believe colleges should drop the SAT

The biggest problem with capitalism? Not enough capitalists

STAT-Harris Poll: The share of Americans interested in getting Covid-19 vaccine as soon as possible is dropping

Coronavirus financial stress is hitting Blacks and Hispanics disproportionately, analysis finds

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