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Understanding the financial literacy gap in US cities - A comparative study

OVLG has received a grant to study the difference in financial education in the top 50 cities of America. Our principal attorney Lyle David Solomon wants to research and write a financial education article for a newspaper. In OVLG data, he saw that some cities were more financially distressed than others. Las Vegas tops the list of cities where most people are in financial distress with a total score of 78. Fremont (CA) ranks last with a total score of 26.

Lyle David Solomon wants to ask residents to answer 5 questions and find out the reason behind them.

Get paid for your opinion: We value your opinion. We will pay $1 to each resident for participating in the study.

Recent participants

Rustom Keki Chinoy
Sarika Gupta
Mike Herrera

How to participate

Answer these 5 questions to receive $1. Yay! It’s as simple as this.

Question 1: Do you have a household budget?
Options: a) Yes b) No c) Don't know

Question 2: Do you compare prices in different stores when it comes to buying a product?
Options: a) Always b) Sometimes

Question 3: How often do you check your credit score?
Options: a) At the end of every quarter b) At the end of a year c) Never

Question 4: Do you spend more than what you earn?
Options: a) Yes b) No c) Don't know

Question 5: Can you do the following things confidently?
Options: a) Online money transfer (Yes / No) b) Fill out bank forms (Yes / No) c) Understand financial statements (Yes / No)

Email your answers to OVLG Research Coordinator, Mr. Paul, at his email address paul@ovlg.com.

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Personal details of the respondents such as name, email address, phone number will be kept private and confidential.

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