We asked a new question in our Marketplace-Edison Research poll — this time, whether the U.S. economy is rigged in favor of certain groups.
Almost 71 percent of the people we polled said yes.
I visited a family in Long Island to find out why people feel this way. The streets in their town of Franklin Square are lined with cozy, Cape Cod-style homes.
I stop at Alexandra Singh Shergill’s house.
She's 24. She just graduated from college with a business degree. She's now living at home and working at Barnes & Noble. She's convinced the economy is rigged.