Mercari, The Selling App, released the findings of a nationwide survey to gauge Americans' year-end attitudes about household clutter and their New Year's resolutions for 2020. The takeaway: Most Americans are stressed out by clutter — but how we choose to address it varies by our generation.
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Trunk Club conducted a survey outlining some of the surprising reasons people skip the gym in the New Year. According to the new research, Americans miss over a third of their planned workouts. One main reason identified through the poll was that Americans miss a ton of workouts because they have trouble finding activewear they actually like.
Century 21 Real Estate released data from its new real estate industry survey that has uncovered significant insights into what the home buying / selling process is like for Americans, as well as trends that the company believes will influence the industry in 2020.
"Today the millennial cohort is out-earning any previous generation at a comparable age, largely due to this generation being more highly educated than any other. And they are finally putting that greater spending power toward an investment in homes, reports Forbes."
"NRF has surveyed consumers about how they plan to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day annually for over a decade. Take a deeper dive into the data from the last 10 years."
"NRF has surveyed consumers about how they plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day annually for over a decade. Take a deeper dive into the data from the last 10 years."
While Americans are addicted to the convenience that mobile devices offer, new research from Vixxo suggests that more consumers prefer to slow down and enjoy the in-restaurant dining experience over online ordering and delivery services.
"Everyone loves a good snack now and then, but a new survey by Mondelez International proves that snacking is a lot more important to our culture than we might think, reports AdWeek."
American business travelers multi-task more than their global peers, which can trigger a domino effect of creative suppression, according to a first-of-its-kind global survey produced by Marriott Hotels. Yet, the solution could be just a few deep breaths away; travelers reported that a brief recharge boosted productivity and their best work occurs during disconnected moments.
More than half (54%) of American households have a pet, reports market research firm Packaged Facts in the new study Pet Population and Ownership Trends in the U.S: Dogs, Cats, and Other Pets, 3rd Edition.
"Having a baby brings many joys, and expenses. It’s tempting to save by buying secondhand or accepting a freebie from a friend, and that may be fine for onesies. But going for secondhand gear is generally not a good idea when it comes to certain infant and toddler products, including three essential investments: car seats, strollers, and cribs, says Consumer Reports."
"Back in the 1970s, “natural” and “organic” conjured up images of love-beaded hippies, homemade soap and rustic bowls filled with hummus and granola. In the 2000s, the picture dramatically changed. Large natural products supermarket chains, social media and online influencers began educating mainstream consumers about ingredients, sustainability and small, specialty suppliers. Sales of natural and organic foods skyrocketed, with everyone from housewives to stockbrokers embracing healthy options, reports Drug Store News."