Over half of Americans are feeling anxious about resuming their pre-pandemic routines.
That’s according to a new study of 2,000 Americans, which found 46% worry about risking their health or the health of a loved one, while four in 10 are unsure of how comfortable they’ll feel in public.
In the past year, 46% have struggled to find a work-life balance, with more than half (52%) of employed Americans working longer hours. And four in 10 have been sitting more than six hours a day.
With 45% finding it challenging to find time for self-care, it’s no surprise people…
From believing the Grand Canyon is in Colorado to thinking Niagara Falls is located in Iceland, some Americans are a little confused about the location of landmarks and forests.
When the 2,000 survey respondents were asked where different natural areas are located — results found many are more confident in their geographical skills than they should be.
While 64% feel knowledgeable about the locations of these natural places, just over half of respondents (51%) know the Redwood Forest is located in California, while 35% correctly said the Shawnee National Forest is in Illinois (18% incorrectly selected Ireland).
A new survey has revealed that more than two in five (44%) parents struggle to fall asleep every night and three in four (72%) are so desperate, they’ll try to sneak a nap in during the day.
The survey of 2,000 American parents of children ages 18 and under has found that for 46%, their kids are the main reason they can never fall or stay asleep. In fact, 33% of parents say putting their child/children to bed is their biggest sleep routine challenge.
While the average parent puts their children to bed between 8:00–9:00 PM, they typically don’t…
For today’s seniors, texting and social media have given them much joy as they found a way to bond with their grandkids, according to new research.
Americans over 65 have finally mastered the art of the text — and one in three now prefers texting to phone calls.
A recent survey found that those over 65 even have favorite emoji — with the heart (43%) and the happy face (43%) getting the most use. Other popular emoji for those over 65 included the beer emoji and assorted animals.
Older Americans have also had a heartwarming reason to embrace texting: their…
It’s been more than seven and a half months since the average grandparent has seen all their grandchildren in person, according to new research.
A survey of 2,000 American grandparents revealed, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, 59% have spent less time with their grandchildren during the past year.
Of those, four in five said the hardest part of the pandemic was not seeing their grandchildren as often as they usually would.
And 77% of those who’ve spent less time with their grandchildren reported it was difficult not being able to watch their little ones grow up in person over the…
Americans are going all out this summer and spending $1,700 just on vacations, according to new research.
The study of 2,000 nationally representative Americans unveiled that half of respondents said they are going all out this summer thanks to being vaccinated.
As Americans plan to go all out, their wallets will be impacted — 45% agreed that they plan to spend more money this year than the past two summers combined.
Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Affirm, the survey found that while Americans plan to spend more, they feel comfortable with it — 48% agreed they’ve saved enough…
If we’ve learned one thing during the course of the pandemic, it’s how to roll with the punches.
According to new research of 2,000 millennial and Gen Z Americans, 70% found the top lesson they learned in 2020 was to not sweat the small stuff and to just go with the flow.
Nearly three out of four respondents agreed that they’re finally prioritizing themselves and their own needs for the first time in a long time — which makes it clear that Americans putting themselves first and foremost is much overdue.
Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Pronamel, the…
Nearly seven in 10 Americans admit they take better care of their pet than themselves, according to new research.
The survey of 2,000 American pet parents, conducted ahead of National Pet Appreciation Week in early June, revealed 67% prioritize their pet over themselves — but results revealed it’s a reciprocal relationship.
Eight in 10 respondents said taking care of their pet actively encourages them to take better care of themselves.
In what ways do Americans’ pets help respondents with their own health? Respondents said the biggest benefit their pet provides is reducing their stress, depression and/or anxiety (72%).
Americans don’t trust companies who claim to be “green,” according to new research.
A national survey of 2,000 Americans revealed 71% of respondents believe companies claim to be sustainable — even when their actions aren’t.
And it’s that distrust that has less than a third (26%) of respondents being “very likely” to believe a company who uses words like “green” to describe their products.
Results found 71% believe the term “green” is used so often it’s become meaningless — with eco-friendly (57%) and sustainable (36%) also high on the list of overused and empty terms.
Conducted by OnePoll on behalf…
This summer should include five pool parties in the backyard, three road trips and five trips to the beach — if you leave it up to the kids.
A survey of 2,000 parents polled both them and their children, aged 5–14, and asked kids what their ideal summer would look like. Turns out, it’ll be a busy schedule full of play.
On average, kids want more than eight hours of playtime each day, but if that’s not enough, 23% would also like to book in 10+ safe playdates with friends.
Commissioned by The Genius of Play and conducted by…
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