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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 29 2021
New Survey Reveals Americans Are Returning To The Dinner Table
The COVID-19 Pandemic undoubtedly led to the change in schedules and routines for countless individuals. From shifting work into the home to inspiring people to develop new hobbies from indoors, the pandemic was the catalyst for spending more time within the domestic sphere. According to Forbes in 2018, many people were less likely to sit down to eat at home or in restaurants. While gathering around the dinner table was once considered a pastime of previous generations, a new study indicates that the pandemic has reinstated the tradition in many households.- Mashed.com
Axios-Ipsos poll: Most Americans say COVID is no longer a crisis
Less than one in 10 Americans now describe COVID-19 as a crisis — with about three in four calling it a manageable problem and one in six saying it's no problem at all — according to the latest installment of the Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus Index. -Ipsos
More than half of Americans don't check expiration dates on products in their medicine cabinet
A recent survey of 2,000 U.S. respondents found that medicine cabinets contain an average of 15 total products. However, nearly three in four (74%) respondents admitted that they often forget to replace their expired products. -SWNS Digital
Average American went on 4 family vacations a year as a kid
Conducted on behalf of Roadpass Digital by OnePoll, the survey asked respondents to explore how their past childhood travels might inform their current plans. The survey found that the average American went on 4 vacations per year as a kid.
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