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Jul 19, 2022

Be a Millionaire or Be Lizzo’s Best Friend? Find out what Stash’s Survey Says.

Despite steep inflation, some people would still pick the pop sensation.

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If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to hang out with Lizzo, you’re not alone. 

Ahead of the release of the “Truth Hurts” singer’s album Special, a Stash survey found that 10% of respondents would rather be friends with Lizzo than be a millionaire. Stash’s first annual State of Money in America survey asked more than 2,000 people how they feel about the economy and their money right now. 

Being Lizzo’s best friend would probably come with a lot of perks: early listening parties, an invitation to the Grammys, and proximity to Harry Styles, to name a few. For 10% of respondents, those perks outweigh the possibility of putting more money in their pockets, even with inflation at its highest level in decades and Americans facing economic uncertainty. 

You can read more about what else Stash found out when the full report is released in August. Stay tuned! 

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Written by

Claire Grant

As the Senior Writer at Stash, Claire covers budgeting, saving, and investing advice, as well as business news. Claire has written for Stash for three years, and is passionate about making financial education and investing advice both accessible and interesting for everyone. With a background in the editorial and media industries, Claire has written blog articles, social media copy, newsletters, and more. She has a BA in Comparative Literature from Fordham University.

Based on data from a survey conducted by Stash in May 2022. Two thousand people completed the survey.3

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