Americans may be doing better financially than they were immediately after the Great Recession, but when it comes to long-term financial security, many – even the affluent – are worried, according to a survey by Money Magazine.

The poll found that 64 percent of those with a household income lower than $100,000 say they are worried about their family's economic security, while nearly half, 49 percent, of those with household incomes of more than $100,000 say they are worried.

Women tend to worry more than men, with two-thirds of the females surveyed say they are worried about their financial outlook compared to 54 percent of males who say they are worried.

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