survey of the day

Are You Happy with Your Weight? — Survey of the Day
If you feel like you need to lose a few pounds, you are certainly not alone. According to a survey of 2001 adults between the ages of 18 and 64 by Yahoo! and Fitness Magazine, 74 percent are not currently at their ideal weight. Furthermore, 44 percent of women and 38 percent men answered t…
Are You Worried About Pollution? — Survey of the Day
According to a new poll from Gallup, Americans are less concerned about pollution than they have been at any time since 1990, when the polling company started regularly surveying attitudes on the subject. The group’s latest Environmental Poll has only 48 percent of respondent worried abo…
What’s Your Favorite Tech Brand? — Survey of the Day
When it comes to tech brands, which company is king? According to a poll of 1,007 adults by ABC News and The Washington Post, Google has a whooping 82 percent approval rating. Next comes Apple, which got the nod from 74 percent of respondents, and then Facebook, with a 58 percent approval. Twit…
Are Men or Women Better Cooks? — Survey of the Day
A couple of generations ago, preparing meals was pretty much the job of the woman of the house. But that has changed with more women entering into the workplace and male celebrity chefs making the kitchen a safe place for the fellows to embrace. In fact, according to a Conversion Hub and Asia Food R…
Who Do You Blame for Rising Gas Prices? — Survey of the Day
As gas approaches an average of $4.00 a gallon, the public isn’t happy with the way President Obama is dealing with the issue. According to a recent survey from Reuters/Ipsos, 68 percent disapprove of the way the president is handling gas prices, whereas only 24 percent give him the thumbs up…
When Is the Happiest Time in Life? — Survey of the Day
While one might assume the happiest time in life is during the carefree days of childhood or the wild years of college, for most people it actually comes years after that. Friends Reunited surveyed people over 40 about when whether they were happiest as a child, as a college student or as …

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