Vermonters losing sleep over coronavirus recession fears - VT Business Magazine

Vermonters are the fourth most-worried about Covid-19 recession, following Hawaii, New Jersey, and Massachusetts residents.

“Respondents in Hawaii are most likely to be worried about their retirement funds (72.5%), followed by Wyoming (72.3%), North Dakota (70.4%), Rhode Island (70.35%), and Oregon (70.1%). Respondents in Mississippi are least likely to be worried about their retirement funds (58%), followed by Georgia (60%), Oklahoma (61.1%), Tennessee (61.5%), and Arizona (62%). Respondents in Hawaii are most likely to be "very worried" about the possibility of an extended recession (28%), followed by New Jersey (25.5%), Massachusetts (25.4%), Vermont (25.3%), and Delaware (25.1%). Respondents in Alabama are least likely to be "very worried" about the possibility of an extended recession (18%), followed by Georgia (19%), Mississippi (19%), Oklahoma (19%), and Tennessee (20%).”



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