Losing Hope for The American Dream

 More than half of all Americans believe the American dream is now out of their reach, and most also believe children won't be better off than their parents in the future.

The outlook from the results of a recent CNNMoney American Dream Poll, conducted by ORC international, is particularly bleak among young adults between the ages 18 to 34, where some 63 percent believe the dream is now outright impossible.

"Some 63 percent of all Americans said most children in the U.S. won't be better off than their parents. This dour view comes despite most respondents, 54 percent, feeling they are better off than their own parents," noted CNNMoney.

The hopeless attitude among Americans, say experts, is a reflection of the harsh economic realities many families are facing.

"The pessimism is reflective of the financial realities a lot of families are facing," noted Erin Currier, director of the Economic Mobility Project at Pew Charitable Trusts. "They are treading water, but their income is not translating into solid financial security."

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