Americans would rather search for four-leaf clovers in their backyards than look to Washington lawmakers to fix their financial problems.
More people think luck has had a positive effect on their personal financial situations than regulations and government, according to a new poll from Morning Consult and Bloomberg. In fact, more respondents believe the government does more bad than good when it comes to their finances.
Thirty-one percent of respondents said luck has had a strong or somewhat positive effect on their personal financial situations, compared with 26% who said the same about state and local business laws and regulations and 23% who said the same about national business laws and regulations.
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