One political science professor says that the "left behind" argument isn't what really drove the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
Whether your economic anxiety has increased or decreased in the last year depends on who you are, according to the latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll.
As we approach the president's 100th day in office, Americans tell us they are less anxious about the economy. But, there's still a disconnect, according to our latest Marketplace-Edison Research Poll.
White people without college degrees feel the pinch.
The monthly jobs report from the Labor Department said wages are growing at the fastest rate since the economic recovery started seven years. That’s good, certainly. But labor market experts looking at the bigger picture might revise that assessment downward for working Americans to kind of OK.
As the economy approaches "full employment," only 34 percent feel financially secure.
The country's GDP grew 1.2 percent.