Millennials, Men Most Likely To Say Money Makes Them Happier Than LoveAs we edge closer to Valentine's Day, which is more important -- money or love? Men, millennials and six-figure earners were the most likely to say money.
Minnesota Ranks Among Top 10 Most Active States, But It's Not All Good NewsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracked all 50 states and found those in the south are least active. Colorado has the most active people.
Average Person Overindulges In Junk Food 3 Times Weekly, Survey FindsFurthermore, the survey found that 62% feel they "sacrifice taste over nutritional value when it comes to healthy snacks."
Time Wasted On Hold Adds Up To 624 Hours Annually, Survey SuggestsMore than half of respondents said waiting on hold is the biggest time thief. That was followed by waiting in line and sitting in traffic. Social media was also a big time drain.
1 In 3 Americans Opting For eBooksMore Americans are reading eBooks, according to a new survey. In fact, 30% of the people surveyed said they had read an e-book in the past year.
Millennials Expect To Retire At 59; Boomers Not 'Til They're 68What age do you expect to finally be able to clock out from the 9-to-5 for good? Your answer may depend on how old you are right now.
Most Say The Book Is Better Than The Movie, Survey FindsWe've talked about people's preferences when it comes to reading a real book versus reading on a tech device. But how about reading a book versus watching a movie based on the book?
Half Of Americans Say They Struggle To Make Simple Dishes In The KitchenA new survey shows that half of Americans say their biggest struggle in the kitchen is cooking something that ought to be simple. Pancakes were deemed the toughest "easy to make" dish, followed by eggs, pasta and mashed potatoes.
Do You Have Conversations With Inanimate Objects?A new survey in the UK found more than half of people regularly chat with objects in their home.
More Americans Excited To Give Gifts Than Receive ThemA new survey suggests that more Americans are excited to give gifts this holiday season, by about a two-to-one margin.
4 In 5 Households With Christmas Trees Opt For ArtificialMore than 94 million American households, or 79%, were expected to have a Christmas tree up this holiday season, according to a Nielsen Survey. Of those trees, four in five will be artificial, and only 20% will be real.
Holiday Return Season Starting Earlier & Lasting Longer, Survey FindsIt used to be people would wait until after Christmas to return gifts. However, an annual survey shows that holiday return season is starting earlier and lasting longer.
Most Think They're Easy To Shop For, Survey FindsA new survey shows 58% of people think they're easy to shop for. Only one in 20 say they are impossible to shop for. Two out of three of those impossible ones say they're really picky about what they want.
Most Americans Dread Taking Part In Secret Santa Gift Exchanges, Study FindsA new survey shows 79% of Americans dread taking part in Secret Santa. More than half said wrapping presents was their most-hated task of the season.
Most Americans Rank Buying A Home Over Getting MarriedA new poll shows 82% of Americans surveyed say investing in a home is more important than a big wedding. Furthermore, 77% of those surveyed said they'd rather invest in a home than spend money on an expensive vacation.