June 21, 2018

Over 70% of Dads Crave Their Daily Cup of Coffee

Amora, a subscription-based company delivering premium coffee and tea directly to consumers across the U.S., today announced the results from its Father's Day survey, which found that 72% of fathers are likely to drink coffee or tea at least once a day. These results come on the heels of Amora's Mother's Day survey insights, which found 74% of mothers drink coffee or tea on a daily basis.

June 18, 2018

New Parents Turn to Online Communities for Support, Bartering

"New parenthood is exciting — but it can also be isolating. Questions sprout as soon as parents find out they’re expecting, but many wait to discuss their news with family and friends until after the first trimester. Once the word is out, expecting parents may be too tired or busy with baby prep to connect in person with their social circles. And after baby arrives? Forget about that book club or basketball game. Parents are in survival mode."

June 14, 2018

21% of Americans Have Not Started Saving for Retirement

Americans feel under-prepared for the financial realities of retirement, according to new data from Northwestern Mutual. Nearly eight in 10 (78%) Americans are "extremely" or "somewhat" concerned about affording a comfortable retirement while two thirds believe there is some likelihood of outliving retirement savings.

June 13, 2018

Sports Programming is Why 27% of Pay-TV Customers Retain Their TV Services

New research from Parks Associates shows that 27% of U.S. pay-TV households agree that sports programming is the primary reason they subscribe to their pay-TV service. Parks Associates will explore trends in the video ecosystem, particularly the disruptive influence of OTT services, at the pre-show research workshop Survivor's Guide to the New Video World, sponsored by Espial, on May 14 in Denverduring The Pay TV Show.

June 11, 2018

20% of Americans Access the Internet Exclusively from Their Phones at Home

"Americans tend to view the impact of the internet and other digital technologies on their own lives in largely positive ways, Pew Research Center surveys have shown over the years. A survey of U.S. adults conducted in January 2018 finds continuing evidence of this trend, with the vast majority of internet users (88%) saying the internet has, on balance, been a mostly good thing for them personally."

June 7, 2018

Over 70% of Home and Auto Owners Don’t Have a Plan to Handle Surprise Maintenance Costs

Budgeting for monthly expenses like groceries and utility bills is a no-brainer, but according to a new study conducted by Liberty Mutual Insurance, Americans aren't budgeting for essential home or car maintenance. The research found that the majority (80%) of homeowners and (74%) of auto owners don't have a plan or budget in place and tend to procrastinate or deal with home and car maintenance issues as they arise. In fact, almost half of Americans (48%) have less than $1,000 saved for home maintenance issues or repairs and one in three have no money saved. When it comes to auto maintenance, the majority of Americans (60%) are saving less than $500 and more than one-fourth aren't setting aside any money at all.

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