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At a time of all-time highs on the stock market, more than a third of working Americans are experiencing food, housing or financial insecurity.

Here’s a two-part question for you: Looking back over the past year, have you found that you’ve eaten all the food you had and you don’t have the money to buy more? Did that happen never, rarely, sometimes, often or always?

In collaboration with ProMedica, a multistate health system, and Kumanu, a well-being consultancy, The Harris Poll recently asked a nationally representative sample of 856 full-time-working American adults this question. Taking a conservative approach, we counted only those who reported having been in this situation often or always as experiencing “food insecurity.” As citizens of the richest country in the world, we were disturbed by the poll’s results.

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