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As Americans still feel the pressure to live paycheck to paycheck, 25 percent of Americans consider themselves poor while 69 percent say they are not poor and 6 percent are unsure, according to a new survey by online lender CashNetUSA.com.

Thirty-two percent of respondents from North Central United States say they are poor, and 25 percent of those from the South, 23 percent of those from the West and 20 percent of those from the Northeast say the same. Another 32 percent of respondents under age 30 consider themselves poor as opposed to 14 percent of those ages 50 to 59.

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