Disgruntled America

Our friends at WalletHub, the surveyors and statisticians, came up with some survey questions that were both comical and revealing. Boy, are we a disgruntled bunch!

They found that almost half (47%) of Americans trust their credit card company more than President Trump, Congress and the media.

45% of Americans are prouder of their credit score than their country, and their average credit score is 669.

More people would rather declare independence from social media (15%) than bad credit (11%).

47% of Americans think the government tracks our credit card spending.

Of the states that complain the most about government, like Alaska for instance, 25.1% of the population there has a government job. More Alaskans depend on the government for their checks than any other state in the union. Go figure!