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WASHINGTON — A new economic report from the Zweibel Research Institute, released Friday, praises the increasing proportion of residents with enough disposable income to save a cultural institution found that the majority of Americans could afford to throw a few bucks our way to avoid going under. “Our findings indicate that, given current job gains and rising consumer confidence in general, nearly two-thirds of Americans could give us at least some change so we can keep it light,” said lead researcher Jake. LeBon, affirmative. that even those Americans who had been laid off in the past six months 5, 10, or 20 dollars to help our award-winning team of reporters continue to bring you the same trusted coverage you’ve come to rely on. “For the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, we are seeing a multitude of mid-rangeclass households with enough cash to swell the treasury of the hard workersking contributors to America’s Finest News Source, and these trends are continuing for wealthy Americans, with the richest 5% now able to easily afford to buy the entire publication wholesale.” LeBon added that not all economic news was so positive, noting that most of the money sent to us would probably go toward putting an extension on our CEO’s beach house in Martha’s Vineyard.
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