Debt to GDP ratio for a country

“The World Bank states that once a country reaches above 77% debt to GDP ratio, its economy will begin to slow down from such a large portion of its revenue going towards paying down its debt.” So says the first video in this topic. As the United States Debt rises north of its GDP, will it create problem in the decades to come?

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Counterpoint from when debt was half what it is today

Stop freaking out about the debt

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