Survey: Over 50% Of Americans Worry About The Financial Fallout Of A Natural Disaster
Natural disasters have Americans more than worried about just climate change. Some fear a natural disaster or emergency could financially devastate them. Especially as emergencies and natural continue to pile up.
According to a survey conducted by ValuePenguin, over 50% of consumers fear that an emergency or natural disaster would be too expensive for them to afford.
Consumers aren't prepared for emergency evacuations. 6 in 10 Americans either don't have an emergency evacuation kit (50%) or don't know if they have one (10%). And 53% of pet owners don't have a fleshed-out plan for their pet should they need to evacuate.
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