Nearly as many American adults report that they have not had enough money for food in the past year as in 2008, according to a Gallup poll. "These findings suggest that the economic recovery may be disproportionately benefiting upper-income Americans rather than those who are struggling to fulfill their basic needs," Gallup said. According to a Pew Research Center study, 54% of respondents say their household has "hardly recovered at all" after the recession.

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