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Tellwut US Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - July 1 2021
National survey shows where Americans are making cuts amid inflation
Americans are tightening their belts as the price of gas, food and most other goods and services hit a 40-year high. A new survey from New Jersey-based financial institution Provident Bank suggests Americans are cutting back on nonessential purchases, such as dining out and leisure travel, as they are now paying significantly more each month for essential items due to soaring inflation.
Confidence in U.S. Supreme Court Sinks to Historic Low
With the U.S. Supreme Court expected to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision before the end of its 2021-2022 term, Americans' confidence in the court has dropped sharply over the past year and reached a new low in Gallup's nearly 50-year trend. Twenty-five percent of U.S. adults say they have "a great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court, down from 36% a year ago and five percentage points lower than the previous low recorded in 2014. -Gallup
Clueless about nature? 1 in 4 people don't know caterpillars turn into butterflies
Despite seeing all sorts of creatures every day at the park or in their backyard, it turns out most people don’t have a clue about nature! In fact, a recent OnePoll survey polled 2,000 British adults and found three in four felt more confident identifying pigeons than anything else in a garden. More than half (55%) could not distinguish between a moth and a butterfly. Moreover, a quarter had no idea a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly.-StudyFinds.org
More than half of Americans want to see their friends at least four times a month
A survey of 2,000 adults looked at what goes into a good gathering, revealing that more than half of Americans want to see their friends at least four times a month (57%). The research conducted by OnePoll for Chinet found that, on average, people hang out with three loved ones at a time, but 24% arrange for more guests. -SWNS Digital
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