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Embittered by recession

White Americans without college degrees are the most stressed, most frustrated and most apt to blame the government for the poor economy.

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Poll: Whites without college degrees especially pessimistic about economy
Article | The deep recession has had a profound effect on virtually every segment of the country's population. But if there is an epicenter of financial stress and frustration, it is among whites without college degrees.
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Hispanics trail other groups in Web usage, confidence
Article | Hispanics are less connected to the Internet than whites and blacks, using Web sites less frequently and expressing more discomfort with computers and technology in the workplace, according to a new survey.
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Non-college whites gloomy about economy
Article | The deep recession has had a profound effect on virtually every segment of the country's population. But if there is an epicenter of financial stress and frustration, it is among whites without college degrees.

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