SD* Gen Z , Millennials and U.S. Born Drive Financial Optimism

Gen Zers and Millennials are the most optimistic compared to the other generations while Boomers are significantly less optimistic on how they view their finances for 2018. Additionally, US Born are significantly more optimistic than the larger base of Foreign Born and those born in Puerto Rico and moved to the U.S.

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