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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - January 20 2022


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Americans see Biden’s handling of classified docs as inappropriate — but not criminal, poll shows

As the Justice Department investigates classified documents found in President Joe Biden’s home and private office, a majority of Americans see the president’s handling of the materials as serious and inappropriate — but much less than half think the conduct should result in criminal charges.That’s the result of a national poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University, which surveyed 1,380 U.S. adults between Thursday and Sunday about the documents and Attorney General Merrick Garland’s subsequent appointment of a special counsel to investigate the matter.

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Survey: Costco is Americans' favorite place to buy gas

Gas prices have become an annoyingly common part of the daily news, but a recent study from Payless Power dropped with some interesting data on how Americans buy and view gasoline. The firm surveyed 1,011 people and found that most are surprisingly committed to their favorite brand of gas. In terms of customers’ favorite places to buy gas, discount warehouse store Costco earned top honors. Loves, Shell, 7-Eleven, and Wawa round out the top five. On the flip side, Exxon was the most-hated gas station, followed by Texaco, Valero, Phillips 66, and Sheetz.

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Enjoying nature may lessen need for some medications, study finds

Going for a walk in a park or along a lake or a tree-lined space may reduce the need for medication for anxiety, asthma, depression, high blood pressure or insomnia, a new study found. -CNN

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Was 2022 a better year for you than 2021?

A 2021 Ipsos survey found that, on average, 77% of adults across 33 countries were optimistic that 2022 will be a better year for them than 2021, including 71% of Americans. Indeed, many in the United States and throughout the world looked at 2021 as having been “a bad year.” However, stated optimism about next year may just be reflexive as Americans and citizens of many other countries surveyed also expect 2022 to be marked by prices rising faster than incomes and by extreme weather. -Ipsos

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