From reporting naughty children to Ariana Grande to promising a juicy steak to those who keep things tidy, parents have had to get creative with their words of warning to keep kids from making a mess amid the pandemic.
Parents were asked how they’re getting their children to stop causing a cluttered catastrophe during the pandemic, and they’ve tried everything from “I will report [you] to Ariana Grande” to “I promised to treat them to a juicy steak.”
A study of 2,000 parents of school-aged children explored the chaotic realities of kids being home for so long amid COVID-19.
The average American woman says the number of household responsibilities she takes care of has nearly doubled since this time last year, according to new research.
A new study of 2,000 American women revealed that while women had an average of seven household duties to take care of this time last year, the average respondent says her workload in this regard has nearly doubled — reporting that she’s taken on six new responsibilities in the interim.
And results among respondents who are in a relationship suggested that women’s partners might not be doing their fair share.
Of the 1,813 respondents…
Women are feeling more optimistic than ever about achieving their dreams and it’s because there’s a woman vice president.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, a new survey polled 1,000 American women and 1,000 American men to analyze their views on gender equality in the United States and the impact of Vice President Harris’ new role.
Half of the women surveyed said they feel more empowered now that a woman is the vice president.
The survey sought out to analyze respondents’ views on gender discrimination as a whole in the country and found that there has been progress over the past…
Live music (38%), a movie playing in surround sound in a theater (35%) and fans cheering at a sporting event (28%) are among the sounds Americans have missed hearing in person since the start of the pandemic, according to new research.
A new study revealed the ways that 2,000 Americans’ ages 40 and older have adapted to the changing soundscape of the COVID-19 crisis.
Twenty-four percent of respondents missed hearing the sound of children or grandchildren playing in-person, underscoring the impact that the pandemic has had on family gatherings.
When asked to write in their own descriptions of unique…
Two in three (67%) office workers would be willing to take a pay cut to have software and technology that’s twice as good as what they’re currently using, new research revealed.
A survey of 1,000 American office workers (many now working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic) has shed light on the annoyances affecting those working away from the office.
One of the biggest culprits is outdated technology, with three out of four respondents reporting frustrations with it.
The survey, commissioned by Paycom and conducted by OnePoll, found that the need for employees to have up-to-date technology is…
The average American couple has six conversations each month while one of them is on the toilet, according to new research.
A new survey of 2,000 Americans, living with a partner since at least the start of quarantine, also probed the other toilet taboos that partners have broken during this time.
While 64% of respondents reported that moving in with their partner broke down many of the “bathroom boundaries” they’d had prior to cohabitating, the extra time spent at home together during lockdown may have all but eliminated them.
Commissioned by Natracare and conducted by OnePoll, the study revealed…
Whether you like your peanut butter creamy or crunchy may say more about you than you think, according to new research.
The study examined the peanut butter preferences of 2,000 Americans — evenly split by their preference of crunchy versus creamy — and found enjoying a crunchy peanut butter may mean you have a cheerier outlook on life.
Sixty-three percent of those who prefer crunchy peanut butter describe themselves as optimists, compared to 56% of those who prefer creamy.
Other personality traits for creamy fans included being more of an early bird and more introverted — whereas their crunchy…
Nearly seven in 10 Americans have experienced a “glow up” within the past five years, but it may not be what you think.
New research found this glow up refers to eating our vegetables.
Sixty-eight percent of respondents said veggies are now used in more innovative ways, and 52% said this veggie glow up has made them full-fledged vegetable fanatics.
Nine in 10 Americans turned to the “simple things” in life to get through a tumultuous 2020, according to new research.
The survey of 2,000 Americans determined that 88% of those polled have found a new appreciation of the simpler things in life over the past 12 months.
And they’re most likely to have turned to comfort food (56%), with quality time with loved ones (45%) and a good laugh (44%) rounding out the top three simple things for which Americans have grown a renewed fondness.
The survey also revealed that 89% of respondents have been trying to bring…
The average American will drive around for nine days with a warning light on before taking their vehicle in for servicing, according to new research.
The survey of 2,000 American drivers found that’s not the only questionable thing they’re doing when it comes to their vehicles — the average respondent drives 7,460 miles before changing their oil.
That’s more than 2,000 miles above the typically recommended distance of 5,000 miles.
The survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Hyundai, revealed 47% of Americans surveyed have been late or missed an event due to a vehicle malfunction.
Of those mishap victims…
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