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    Depressed About The Economy, More Americans See Themselves As "Lower Class"

    A record 8.4% of Americans identified themselves as "lower class." In the past, "middle class" or "working class" have been more common descriptors. Even though the numbers of people in poverty hasn't gone up, researchers see the result as a sign that more Americans are feeling bad about their economic prospects.

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