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By Christopher Palmeri, Dan Macsai, Manuel Baigorri, Tom Giles, Keith Epstein, Brian Burnsed, David Kiley
We recently stopped by Starbucks (SBUX) stores across the country and asked people about the impact of the financial and economic turmoil on themselves and their families, and to suggest ideas on how to make things better. Of course, we couldn't help but ask if worries about personal finances had changed their Starbucks habits. For a cross section of responses, flip through this slide show.