A new study from Nature’s Logic and OnePoll found many people are clueless when it comes to their local recycling policies. (Photo by Sigmund on Unsplash)

New research conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Funjet Vacations reveals the “perfect number” of wedding guests is 56 people (Photo by Focus Photography Mauritius on Unsplash).
A study conducted by OnePoll and commissioned by children’s entertainment company Spin Master found that 84% like to keep up with the latest trends, so they know what to purchase when the holidays roll around.(Photo by Thandy Yung on Unsplash)

According to a study commissioned by brioche experts St Pierre Bakery and conducted by OnePoll, cooking from scratch, knowing how to make something without a recipe and not getting stressed in the kitchen are among the things that impress people about others. (Photo by Prudence Earl on Unsplash)

According to a study commissioned by Slickdeals and conducted by OnePoll, the study found gift-wrapping costs are just a drop in the bucket on spending this year. (Photo by Visual Stories || Micheile on Unsplash)
New research conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Fakespot reveals 75% of shopping always Google a product before buying it (Photo by rupixen.com on Unsplash).

New research conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Ritual Zero Proof reveals 58% of Americans think their family drinks too much during the holidays (Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash).
The survey, which was carried out by OnePoll on the behalf of The Fresh Market, also found that many Americans will be keeping their eyes peeled for sweet potatoes, as three in 10 consider them to be underrated. (Photo by Jed Owen on Unsplash)

A new study from SurePayroll and OnePoll found just how much people love to support their favorite small businesses. (Photo by Mike Petrucci on Unsplash)

A new survey from Motel 6 and OnePoll found just how far people can expect to travel this holiday season. (Photo by why kei on Unsplash)

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