Do what degree are Arizonans affected financially by COVID-19

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By Adam McCann, WalletHub

While the public-health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is a huge concern, it’s important to pay attention to how the disease has affected the financial status of people in cities across the U.S. One survey estimates nearly 69% of Americans would find it “somewhat difficult” or “very difficult” to meet their current financial obligations if their next paycheck were delayed for one week. Americans in some cities are faring better than others. How are Arizonans doing? 

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