Jul 24, 2017 | John S Kiernan, Senior Writer & Editor
Federal Reserve rate hikes can send stock markets into a tizzy and put many consumers to sleep. But just because the nitty-gritty of the country’s fiscal policy isn’t thrilling to most does not mean we’re indifferent.
For one thing, the Fed’s four rate hikes since Dec. 2015 will cost credit card users an extra $6 billion in interest this year alone. Plus, WalletHub conducted a nationally representative survey to gauge public sentiment. And while most people still have some homework to do, we’ve got no shortage of opinions.
Below, you can find the complete results of WalletHub’s 2017 Fed Rate Hike Survey, which was conducted online from June 26 to July 3.