Young Americans lead population in prepping for disaster


from WND:

4 in 10 have spent money on emergency readiness in last year

That portion of America’s population that preps for disaster often in the past has been limited to handsful of people with electric generators in their garage and basements full of dry and canned foods stacked on shelves.

In other words, a relatively small number.


But it’s growing, and the younger populations are leading the way.

That’s according to a survey by that was profiled in Fox News.

The results reveal that in 2019, only 20% of Americans reported making a disaster-related purchase over the previous year. The most recent year found 29% doing that, with 39% of Millennials and 40% of Gen Zers “reported spending money on disaster prepping in the last 12 months.”

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