A QUARTER OF AMERICANS SKIPPED MEALS OR RELIED ON FOOD BANKS DURING VIRUS LOCKDOWNS  | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

A QUARTER OF AMERICANS SKIPPED MEALS OR RELIED ON FOOD BANKS DURING VIRUS LOCKDOWNS 

SOURCE: ZEROHEDGE
As the economy slips into recession, driven by high unemployment, not seen since the 1930s, a quarter of Americans have skipped meals or relied on charity or government food programs since February, according to Kaiser Family Foundation's May Tracking Poll survey of over 1,100 US adults (conducted between May 13-18).

"One in four Americans (26%) say they or a member of their household have skipped meals or relied on charity or government food programs since February, including 14% who say they have reduced the size of meals or skipped meals because there wasn't enough money for food, 13% who have visited a food bank or pantry for meals, and 13% who have applied for or received SNAP benefits," the survey said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

... While the one percent get richer, by voting themselves huge bonuses, and then declaring bankruptcy for the3ir corporations.

Comments

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA