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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points -April 12 2024


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Our weekly winner of 4000 points for participating in Earn Rewards Live Surveys is ArnoSherry!

EVERY attempt to participate in an Earn Rewards Live survey OR complete one, will give you an entry into a WEEKLY draw for 4,000 points! The more surveys you try, you more chances to win!

Our 4 winners for taking all 6 March "Easter Candy" promotions are: Aleske, RondaJones, GardenFlower and Libby12. Each member won 10,000 points for taking all 6 surveys! Our April Spring Break promotion is now live so don't forget to log in Tuesdays and Thursdays to take those surveys!

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32 per cent of Canadians blame grocery stores for rising food prices, more than any other reason: Nanos

Canadians are more likely to blame grocery stores for rising food prices than any other reason, according to a survey conducted by Nanos Research for CTV News.

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New polling shows Canadians think another Trump presidency would deeply damage Canada

While the U.S. presidential election is still seven months away, we are getting ready to witness a Biden-Trump rematch and many are bracing themselves for a second Trump presidency. While experts and pundits are expressing a wide range of opinions about what a Trump return to the White House could mean, our research shows a strong majority of Canadians feel this scenario would be “a bad thing for Canada.” Since January, Pollara Strategic Insights has been monitoring Canadians’ interest and attitudes toward the upcoming U.S. election. In the most recent survey from March 15-22, some 62 percent believe it would be a bad thing for the country while 13 percent see it as a good thing. Twenty-five percent are unsure.

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Why 3 in 4 prefer road trips over flying

A recent poll of 2,000 American drivers found that the open road is the best way when embarking on an adventure.

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Is clutter bad for your mental health?

A survey of 2,000 homeowners with garages looked at how they deal with clutter and found that nearly a third of respondents have difficulty keeping their homes organized (29%). Nearly half of respondents said that the organization of their home has an impact on their mental health (48%) and 80% feel more motivated when their home isn’t cluttered. Similarly, 73% expressed feelings of being overwhelmed when their home is untidy.

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