June 20, 2008

Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?

13%

Only 13% of U.S. adults say it’s “very important” for them to be wealthy, ranking this personal priority far behind six others measured in a Pew Social Trends survey.

Only 13% of U.S. adults say it’s “very important” for them to be wealthy, ranking this personal priority far behind six others measured in a Pew Social Trends survey; but don’t get Americans wrong — a majority certainly wouldn’t mind being rich. According to the survey, another 43% of adults say being wealthy is “somewhat important” to them, while about the same proportion say it’s “not too important” (33%) or “not important at all” (10%). So who says Americans worship at the feet of the almighty dollar? Not the American public in any case. Read More