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The FT-Peterson US Economic Monitor will track voter sentiment on economic and fiscal issues for the twelve months leading up to the 2020 election.
In fiscal year 2020, the U.S. saw the largest budget deficit since 1945 at $3.1 trillion. Find out what contributed to these record-breaking stats.
The Coronavirus Relief Fund was meant to alleviate strained state and local government budgets, but has it? Find out how effective COVID-19 funding has been thus far.
Every month the U.S. Treasury releases data on the federal budget, including the current deficit. Here is the data for October 2020.
As the White House and Congressional leaders continue to discuss additional coronavirus (COVID-19) legislation, a pair of top policy experts offered insights into the state of the economy, the effectiveness of relief legislation enacted thus far and what it all means for the election and beyond.
Historically, debt and deficits rose with wars and economic downturns. Today, they rise from factors such as growing healthcare costs and an aging population.
COVID-19 has contributed to a rising gap between federal spending and revenues. Find out just how wide that gap is.
The primary deficit focuses on the difference between government revenues and spending, excluding interest payments. Learn more about the U.S. primary deficit.
Interest costs are projected to grow substantially.