Americans are expressing uncertainty about how to understand their credit score and about their financial future, according to a new survey by Lexington Law Firm.

The survey of 1,000 people, conducted in February, asked two key questions: whether the respondent's parent had clearly explained how their credit score was calculated, and whether the respondent was confident that they would be more financially successful than their parents.

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