Roughly one in five US adults (21%) believe a major economic recession will arrive within a year.
A YouGov poll of more than 1,200 US adults finds that a majority of Americans have changed their diet at some point in order to lose weight (56%) or improve their physical health (54%).
Sometimes saying “I am sorry” just doesn’t cut it. Nearly a third of Canadians say the phrase is not a proper apology, according to new YouGov data that sheds some light on what are — and aren’t —good ways to show contrition.
Fears about a recession among Canadians have dipped slightly, new YouGov data shows. While global events such as the coronavirus outbreak and geopolitical tensions between the United States and other countries threaten to put pressure on the Canadian economy, the country also saw a higher-than-forecast jobs increase in January and some economists suggest the Bank of Canada could cut Interest rates this year to help buoy markets.
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.
Millennials are most likely to have broken hearts on Valentine’s Day.
Data from YouGov suggests that 32 percent of US adults believe that the Oscars have a diversity problem, while 22 percent disagree.
Classic shows will likely be the biggest draw to NBC’s forthcoming streaming service Peacock, according to ongoing data gathered by YouGov for Variety on America’s streaming habits.
More than two in five Canadians want to cut ties with the Queen. However, it doesn’t look like it’s personal. More than half of Canadians hold a positive opinion of the Head of State, according to new YouGov data gathered in the wake of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to move to Vancouver in January.
According to residents that indicate they commute to work or school, 78 percent of those that live in the Philadelphia metropolitan area indicate they have a “very easy” or “somewhat easy” commute.