Teamsters President Delivers Fiery, 'Drain the Swamp' Address at Republican Convention
I’m Not Interested In Unifying With Leftists Right Now
Following the Attempt on Trump's Life, We Nominate the Worst Media Coverage
Trump’s Near Miss — The Day George Washington’s Words Came To Life
An Assassination Attempt Was Inevitable
Trump Rewrites Republican Convention Speech to Focus on Unity, Not Biden
Tone Down the Rhetoric
The Republican Party Platform is Good
Trial Lawyers Are the Only Winners From Arbitration Restrictions
Half an Inch From a Civil Crisis
DEI Is Transitioning to Die
The Riots That Never Happened
KJP Warns Biden Won't Change His Rhetoric, as Biden Won't Even Admit He's...
Joe Biden's Latest Plan to Combat Inflation Is a Joke
Here's How Democrats Reacted to Trump's VP Pick
Tipsheet

New Report: 48% of People Know Someone Looking for Work

The current unemployment rate sits at 8.3 percent, a terribly high number, but in reality that rate is low and doesn't take into account the millions of Americans who have given up looking for a job because they just aren't available. A new Rasmussen Report shows 48 percent of Americans know someone who has given up.

Advertisement

After holding steady for the past year, the number of Americans who know someone who’s given up looking for a job out of frustration with the current market is up to 48%.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 43% of Adults don’t know someone in this situation. But the number of Americans who know someone who has given up on the job market is up from 43% in February and ties the highest result measured in regular tracking since 2010. This finding hovered around 40% for most of 2011.


Sponsored

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement