How COVID-19 has impacted Maricopa County residents’ finances

AZ Business Magazine

As Arizona residents enter the 27th day of a stay-at-home order to curtail the spread of COVID-19, fully half of Maricopa County residents surveyed report that their personal finances are being impacted by the current situation, with 29 percent stating their personal finances are being highly impacted.

These and other data were revealed in online and telephone surveys with 1,091 Arizona adults conducted during the past two weeks by Phoenix-based WestGroup Research. Each survey has a statistical margin of error of approximately 4 percent.

• While 58% of Maricopa County residents surveyed predict their spending will eventually return to normal, 52% agree they will remain cautious in their spending even after everything is operating normally again.

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