New Report Looks At Coronavirus-Related Financial Anxiety

Wednesday, March 25th
The coronavirus is stressing us out more with each passing day.

That's the main finding in a new report.  In early March, only a small percentage of Americans said COVID-19 was impacting them financially.  Just three weeks later, that figure had soared to 65%.

The survey also finds that more than 40% of respondents plan to use federal stimulus checks to cover groceries and other essentials.  Nearly half of U.S. adults said they do not have enough emergency savings to make ends meet for longer than three weeks. reporter Joel Anderson took an in-depth look at the survey with KRLD's Chris Sommer