Last week's poll was a popular one - I guess it always will be when you bring up money.
In the wake of a Salary.com report that showed raises at companies will be scarce this year, and also in the midst of daily layoff news, we wanted to find out just how hard the recession is hitting Massachusetts workers in the wallet.
The results weren't too surprising:
Although the most respondents indicated they are making "slightly more" money than last year, the combined responses for those making "slightly less" or "a lot less" totaled more than 40 percent.
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