Europe and South America top the list of travel destinations for Americans: survey

If you’re planning to take a trip abroad, it may be time to start saving: The average international trip costs nearly $5,000, according to new research; but that doesn’t stop travelers. A survey of 2,000 internationally traveling Americans looked at their travel habits and found that, despite the cost, the average respondent has taken six … Read more

Most parents admit concerns about their children’s behavior: survey

An overwhelming majority of parents (83%) admit to worrying about their young children’s behavior, according to new research. The survey of 2,000 parents of children ages 0-6 revealed that the most common concerns are sleep habits (48%), closely followed by aggression (46%) and separation anxiety (44%). Others are concerned about their children’s language behaviors (43%), … Read more

Survey reveals how much money most Americans spend on vacations

The average American sets their vacation budget limit at $2,743, a new survey reveals. Interestingly, 16% won’t even spend more than $1,000 on vacation, according to a survey of 2,000 American travelers. Whatever the budget, American travelers are determined to go on vacation this year. Nearly half (48%) would rather take on additional work this … Read more

Nearly a third of Americans can do without their phones this summer: survey

Wow, that was close! The average person experiences about 140 “phone hazard” moments a year, including nearly dropping or breaking their phone. That’s according to a survey of 2,000 American adults, split evenly between Gen Z (18–26), millennials (27–42), Gen X (43–58), and baby boomers (59–77). The results found that Gen Z is the clumsiest … Read more

Most K-12 teachers miss their classroom over the summer: survey

Two out of three K-12 teachers lose their classroom over the summer, according to new research. A new survey of 1,000 parents of children ages 5-17 and 1,000 K-12 teachers found that it’s not just teachers, parents are also thinking about school. Fifty-eight percent of parents are looking forward to the 2023-2024 school year and … Read more

Surprising number of pet owners use sunscreen on their pets: survey

Sun’s out, paws out: More than one in 10 pet owners apply sunscreen to their pets. That’s according to a survey of 2,000 US pet owners evenly divided by region, where during the summer, 15% apply sunscreen to their pet. Through other small but powerful precautions, like checking the pavement temperature before you walk (15%), … Read more

Which zodiac sign is the most generous holiday spender?

According to new research, Scorpios are top vacation spenders, averaging $2,927 per vacation. A survey of 2,000 American travelers divided by star sign found that Virgos aren’t far behind in terms of spending, with an average vacation budget of $2,913. Although the air signs (Aquarius, Gemini and Libra) claimed to be the most money-conscious during … Read more

‘Kids’ spend hundreds of dollars a month on toys they never had as children

Do you ever find yourself reminiscing about your favorite childhood toys or memories? A new survey has revealed that four out of five Americans turn to their childhood favorites for nostalgia. The survey of 2,000 Gen Zers and American millennials found that given the chance, 67% would try to buy a replica of something from … Read more

Do Americans know the true meaning of Independence Day on the 4th of July?

Two out of three Americans don’t know the true meaning of Independence Day. That’s according to a new OnePoll survey that tested the patriotic awareness of 1,000 American respondents, 99% of whom identified as born or naturalized citizens of the United States. When asked what the 4th of July is supposed to officially commemorate, only … Read more