About a quarter (27%) of Americans believe the coronavirus is a “major threat” to the nation, and even more (45%) believe it’s a “major threat” to the world.
YouGov’s 2020 Recommend Rankings reveals that 91.2 percent of H-E-B’s current customers say they would endorse the brand to friends or colleagues.
Americans aren’t all that worried about the possibility of contracting the coronavirus, but they are prepared to take action to keep the threat as far away as possible.
Fewer than half of 18-to 24-year-olds (48%) say that they always wash their hands with soap after using the restroom at home.
New data from YouGov finds that Millennials are more likely than other generations to say that they have changed their diet in order to reduce their impact on the planet.
Those who use e-cigarettes and vaporizers to are less likely to approve of the new policy. Nearly two in five (39%) of this relatively small group approves of the ban, 47% do not.
About three in 10 (31%) Americans say that a member of their family has (or had) dementia/Alzheimer’s.
Nearly a quarter of Americans (23%) have considered purchasing mail-order orthodontics from companies like Invisalign and Smile Direct Club for themselves or a family member at some point, according to the results of a YouGov survey for the Cheddar Business channel.
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About one in 10 Americans (12%) say they’ve used a telemedicine app to communicate with a healthcare provider, according to new data from YouGov conducted exclusively for Cheddar Business. Another 14 percent, however, say they’ve never heard of such products.