Many Americans are optimistic about their finances after election

Personal Finance

After spending much of last year worrying about the outcome of the presidential race, a recent survey by one of the nation’s largest life insurance companies found Americans are now making New Year’s resolutions that reflect a hope that a brighter financial future is on the horizon.

The presidential election was a top worry for many people in 2016, both before and after the race was decided, but 32 percent of people who took a survey by Minneapolis-based Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America said they are optimistic they will make more money in the near future because of the election results,

“We like to test the waters and see how focused consumers are in their spending and saving habits. We wanted to take their pulse at the most optimistic time of the year,” said Katie Libbe, vice president of consumer insights at Allianz Life.

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