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  • BankRate-07-12-17
    Young millennials & side hustles

    BankRate Poll: Side Hustle Nation: Millennials Are Making Major Mone With Side Gigs

    Jul 12, 2017 09:00 AM

    Bankrate’s survey found that younger millennials (ages 18 to 26) are the age group most likely to have a side hustle, with 28 percent saying they have an extra way to make money aside from their main source of income. And they’re not using these gigs to make a quick buck every now and then just to fund their trip to Coachella; 61 percent of younger millennials say they earn extra money on the side every week, and 96 percent of them say they do it at least monthly.

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  • Pew-07-10-17
    Wide partisan differences over the impact of major institutions on the country

    Pew Poll: Sharp Partisan Divisions in Views of National Institutions

    Jul 10, 2017 09:00 AM

    The national survey by Pew Research Center, conducted June 8-18 among 2,504 adults, finds that partisan differences in views of the national news media, already wide, have grown even wider. Democrats’ views of the effect of the national news media have grown more positive over the past year, while Republicans remain overwhelmingly negative. The survey finds that Republicans’ attitudes about the effect of colleges and universities have changed dramatically over a relatively short period of time.

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  • CreditCards.com-07-09-2017
    Tipping differs for men and women, Northerners and Southerners, cardholders and cash payers

    CreditCards.com Poll Reveals Who Are the Best, Worst Tippers

    Jul 09, 2017 09:00 AM

    Think you tip better than the next guy at a restaurant? If you’re a baby boomer, live in the Northeast or vote Republican, you probably do. A new CreditCards.com survey offers a rare look at who the big spenders really are when it comes to leaving gratuities for the wait staff at sit-down restaurants.​

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  • PSRAI-06-19-17
    How well prepared would you be in an emergency?

    PSRAI Poll: Most Americans Say They Are Prepared for an Emergency or Disaster

    Jun 20, 2017 09:00 AM

    A June 2017 PSRAI shows that two-thirds of U.S. adults feel they would be prepared if an emergency or disaster struck their community today, including 20 percent who say they would be very prepared. However, one-third of Americans say they do not feel prepared if the unthinkable struck their communities today. Fifteen percent say they are not too prepared and another 17 percent say they are not prepared at all.

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  • BankRate-06-06-17
    Cost is a barrier to medical care

    BankRate Poll: Worried Sick About Your Health Care? You're Not Alone

    Jun 06, 2017 09:00 AM

    One quarter of Americans say either they or someone in their family has skipped necessary medical care because of the cost, a Bankrate Money Pulse survey finds. And more than half worry about not being able to afford health insurance.

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  • PSRAI-Paris-Agreement-060517
    Approval of decision to the Paris agreement on climate change

    PSRAI Poll: Majority of Americans Disapprove of Decision to Withdraw from Paris Agreement

    Jun 05, 2017 09:00 AM

    A new PSRAI survey finds that a majority of Americans disapprove of President Trump’s decision that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change. The poll, conducted after the announcement, finds that 54% of Americans disapprove of the decision, including 43% who strongly disapprove and 11% who somewhat disapprove. Meanwhile, 34% of Americans approve of the decision (23% strongly, 11% somewhat).

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  • Bankrate-05-22-17
    A late start on retirement savings

    Bankrate Poll: Americans Biggest Financial Regret? Not Saving Enough

    May 22, 2017 09:00 AM

    One in 5 adults have no financial regrets, a new Bankrate survey finds. Retirement savings concerns increase with age and taper off as Americans exit the workforce. Thirty-seven percent of adults ages 50 to 64 say not saving for retirement early enough is their biggest financial regret. Twenty-six percent of those over 64 agree.

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  • Bankrate-05-17-17
    Millennials more financially ambitious

    BankRate Poll: Millennials: We Can Get Off Our Parents' Payrolls!

    May 17, 2017 09:00 AM

    The Bankrate survey found that millennials, on average, think people should be able to pay for their own housing at age 22, which is about a year and half earlier than what baby boomers feel is appropriate.​

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  • Creditcards-05-11-17
    Fraud alerts on the rise

    CreditCards.com Poll: Credit Card Fraud Alerts Surge, False Alarms Still Common

    May 11, 2017 09:00 AM

    Fraud alerts on credit card transactions have surged, and nearly 4 in 10 consumers say they have received alerts from banks that falsely flagged legitimate purchases, according to a new poll by CreditCards.com.

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  • BankRate-05-10-17
    Credit score could be deciding factor when dating

    Bankrate Poll: Bad Credit May Doom Dating Prospects - Many See a Low Credit Score as a Turn-off

    May 10, 2017 09:00 AM

    More than 4 in 10 Americans indicate that knowing someone’s credit score could banish a date to the friend zone, a Bankrate survey finds. But the responses also suggest a credit score should not be the sort of upfront information that leads to an instant Tinder-style swipe. So if your credit is less than ideal, don’t despair.

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