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Survey Reveals The Best Time Of The Day To Have Sex, Drink, Exercise, And Sleep

Survey results show the optimal times of the day to engage in activities such as sex, exercise, and sleep. The optimal time for sex may not appeal much to night owls.

Healthy Living/Wellness August 11, 2017

16.4 Million Americans Think Chocolate Milk Comes From Brown Cows, Survey Reveals

A survey commissioned by the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy returns shocking results. Seven percent of Americans believe brown cows produce the chocolate milk they drink.

Feature | Culture June 16, 2017

Politics Causes Major Spike In Stress Among Americans: Study

According to a new survey from the American Psychological Association, both Democrats and Republicans are stressed out over politics in the country. They reported anxiety over politics and where the nation is heading to.

Healthy Living/Wellness February 17, 2017

Samsung Brand Still Strong In US Despite Galaxy Note 7 Recall, Reuters/Ipsos Survey Reveals: Fans Remain 'Fiercely Loyal'

A Reuters/Ipsos survey revealed that Samsung fans remain 'fiercely loyal' to their brand despite the Galaxy Note 7 recalls. In fact, Samsung fans are as loyal to their brand as iPhone fans are to Apple.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech November 21, 2016

Most Americans Don't Trust Self-Driving Cars Yet: Survey

Kelley Blue Book recently published a survey into autonomous vehicles and the majority of Americans are pessimistic about the upcoming technology. The poll found out a couple of and somewhat surprising things about tech-friendly drivers in the U.S.

Car Tech September 28, 2016

Apple Music And Spotify Music Survey Reveals Listener Playlist Habits

A new study of the habits of music streaming service subscribers reveals how and why users choose to create and listen to playlists. Over 90 percent of listeners to Apple Music and Spotify actively create their own playlists.

Internet August 30, 2016

Intel's Peak May Be Too Hot To Handle, But Wearable Technology Market Should Surge To $170.91 Billion By 2025

A survey from The Insight Partners showed that the wearable technology market is about to bloom to more than $170 billion by 2025. A few elements will contribute to the appeal of wearable gadgets, despite existing drawbacks.

Wearable Tech August 4, 2016

Apple Ranks As World's Top Company In 'Perception Strength' For 2016: FutureBrand Index

FutureBrand unveiled the results of its 2016 survey, and Apple ranks first in company perception strength once more. The analysis shows the users’ opinion on the 100 most important companies in the world, by 18 criteria.

Business Tech July 23, 2016

Survey Says Less Than 10 Percent Of iPhone Owners Will Upgrade To iPhone 7, Due To No New Design

Most of the reported changes coming to the iPhone 7 will be internal. With no new design for Apple's upcoming flagship smartphone, a survey revealed that most users might not upgrade to the device.

Apple July 20, 2016

Microsoft Aims To Build Best Windows Yet For Gaming, Asks PC Gamers For Help

Microsoft is serious about building the best Windows for gaming. To achieve it’s goals, the company is turning to those who best know gaming on Windows: PC gamers.

Microsoft July 9, 2016

Never Too Young: Average Age Of Kid For Getting First Phone Is Now Only 10.3 Years Old

The average age for kids getting their first smartphone is 10.3 years old, according to a new report from market research firm Influence Central.

Life & Style May 20, 2016

Fitbit Dominates Wearable Tech Market, Outsells Apple Watch

A new consumer survey reveals that fitness bands from Fitbit dominate the wearable space in the U.S. with a share of 61.7 percent, outselling the Apple smartwatch with ease.

Wearable Tech May 5, 2016

Customer Survey Reveals Most Favorite Grocery Stores In America

It's been great, Joe. For the first time in four years, Trader Joe's is not America's most favorite grocery store. Can you guess who nabbed the top spot in this year's customer survey of the best grocery stores?

Business April 18, 2016

Study Finds Many Employees Worldwide Would Gladly Sell Their Work Passwords For Money

A new study found alarming practices among corporate employees, threatening privacy and security. SailPoint found that one in five employees would sell their work passwords for less than $1,000, and some would even sell it for less than $100.

Business March 24, 2016

Wonder Woman Is The Main Reason Moviegoers Want To See 'Batman v Superman'

Batman and Superman may get star billing in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,' but a Fandango survey revealed that most people want to see the movie for Wonder Woman.

Movies/TV Shows March 23, 2016

Number Of Americans Who Believe In God Reaches All-Time Low

Fewer Americans believe in God and this has reached to lowest numbers in 2014. Majority of Americans still believe in afterlife despite fewer people joining religious activities and services.

Society March 22, 2016

Bungie Is Asking Players How Much Fun 'Destiny' Is

The developer is asking players to rate their most recent 'Destiny' experience in a new one-question survey.

Geek February 3, 2016

Steam Gamers Have A New Favorite Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970

The latest Steam survey result shows that the GeForce GTX 970 is now the most popular and top graphics card choice for PC gamers. It has dethroned HD Graphics 4000 made by Intel.

Computers January 18, 2016

Many Airlines Fail To Offer Passengers Healthy Food: Survey

In a latest survey, Virgin America emerged as the airline offering the healthiest menu to its passengers. Which other U.S. airlines scored high on calorie count and nutritional information, and which ones provided the least healthy in-flight fare?

LIFE January 1, 2016

Americans Do Not Think Global Warming Is Real: Why?

Yale Project on Climate Change Communication reports that one in five Americans do not believe global warming is happening. The survey reveals that the reason behind this is, Americans are simply not hearing or talking about the issue.

Earth/Environment November 23, 2015

Homelessness Drops 2 Percent In The US But More Than 500,000 Remain Living In Streets, Shelters

Homelessness decreased by 2 percent in the United States, but more than 500,000 are still homeless. Low wages and lack of affordable homes are seen as the main culprits in this nationwide problem.

Society November 20, 2015

Almost 40 Percent Of Americans Not Worried About Global Warming: Survey

A new poll found that nearly 40 percent of Americans are not worried about global warming at all. Experts said this notion may be caused by the distant time projections for associated environmental changes.

Animals November 4, 2015

Survey: iPhone Owners Choose Superman, Android Users Pick Batman, But Everyone Loves Pizza

Fans of iPhone and Android may have been staging a cold war for almost a decade now. The truth, although they may never accept it, is that both actually have more things in common.

Society September 22, 2015

Konami Releases Survey Asking Fans What IPs They Want Back

Konami has released a survey that asks fans which IPs they would like to reboot. Could it be an attempt to get the company back on its feet?

Geek August 21, 2015

US Ranking In Well-Being Report Falls While Panama Tops List Yet Again

Gallup-Healthways listed Panama at the top in a survey of well-being, among 45 other countries.

LIFE June 24, 2015

Most People Have Misconceptions About Miscarriages, Says Survey

A survey was initiated by a group of scientists to check what most Americans know about miscarriage and its causes. Based on the results, men should find time to know facts about miscarriage and couples should not blame themselves.

LIFE May 12, 2015

Zoosk And Revlon Partner For National Lover's Day Survey

Celebrate National Lover's Day with (surprising) results of a collaboration between Revlon and dating site Zoosk.

Internet Culture April 23, 2015

US Poll Charts Climate Change Concerns Across The Map

Researchers have mapped data on the attitudes of Americans concerning global warming. About 63 percent of Americans think that global warming is occurring.

Earth/Environment April 21, 2015

Cheesy Truth: Grilled Cheese Lovers Have More Sex And Likely Make For Better Lovers

Survey reveals those who love grilled cheese are getting busier in the bedroom and likely more adventuresome when getting busy given they also like to travel more than their non-loving grilled cheese counterparts. Favorite bread for grilled cheese is white bread by the way.

Internet Culture April 13, 2015

You Won't Believe How Much Weddings Cost On Average These Days

You probably had an idea that it's not cheap to throw a wedding. However, the average cost of a wedding in 2014 may convince you to stay single.

Internet Culture March 14, 2015

Recent Poll Shows Most Americans Consider Taking Steps Against Climate Change A Moral Duty

Appealing to moral duty might just be what proponents need to get more people to take action to address climate change and its effects, according to a survey.

Earth/Environment February 28, 2015

TV's Most Popular Show Isn't What You Think It Is

According to the Internet, the best shows on TV are 'Game of Thrones' or 'Breaking Bad'...but in reality, these shows are far from the most popular series on television.

Movies/TV Shows February 11, 2015

Survey Reveals Americans See Global Warming as Critical Threat, Call for Action on Climate Change

A lot of people still believe that global warming is no more than green propaganda but more are waking up to the reality of climate change. Even among Republicans, there are those calling for action to address the warming climate.

Earth/Environment January 31, 2015

Americans Love Science but They Disagree With What Scientists Think: Survey

Although the American public view science positively, their opinions class with those of scientists particularly in areas involving the cause of climate change and consumption of GMOs.

January 30, 2015

Hillary Clinton Named Most Admired Woman Among Americans

The people have spoken. Americans have chosen Hillary Clinton as the woman they most admire for the 13th time in a row in Gallup's latest poll.

Internet Culture December 29, 2014

Pew Study: Americans Thankful to Internet for Making Them Better Informed

A survey reveals that Americans are thankful to the Internet for keeping them "better informed" with a variety of topics, including products and services, news and pop culture.

Internet December 9, 2014

Do Americans Care About Their Privacy or Not? Well, It Depends, Reveals Pew Survey (It's Confusing)

A new survey reveals that 91 percent Americans feel that they do not have any control over the data gathering by companies. Nearly 37 percent people, however, feel that they do enough to ensure privacy.

Internet November 15, 2014

Millennials aren't self-centered, just individualistic, apparently

One reason why the Millennial generation is so maligned is because it is seen as egotistical. However, a recent survey shows that maybe Millennials are really just individualistic.

Internet Culture October 16, 2014

These are the best places to get coffee in America

Travel + Leisure readers picked their favorite cities to get a cup of joe. We researched the best places in those cities to get your caffeine fix, according to Yelp reviews.

Internet Culture October 15, 2014

How love evolves in a relationship in two charts

A recent YouGov survey found how people feel about their partner in relationships of varying lengths. Just because you've been in a relationship for a long time doesn't mean you'll have a happily ever after.

Internet Culture October 6, 2014

Here's what people are snacking on all around the world

Nielsen released its first global snacking study on Sept. 30. It shows us that people around the world certainly have different ideas about what's good to snack on.

Internet Culture October 1, 2014

Here's why 25 percent of Millennials will never marry

The Pew Research Center has projected that 25 percent of today's Millennials will never marry. Now isn't that the most depressing news you've heard today?

Internet Culture September 24, 2014

Net neutrality poll: Big buck players shouldn't drive Internet speed, access

With the final round of public commentary on net neutrality wrapping up, a survey finds most Americans want rules that protect a free and open Internet. The survey confirms findings of machine-learning analysis of keywords found in approximately 800,000 consumer submissions to the FCC.

Internet September 12, 2014

Where do Americans pee? The answer may surprise you

A recent survey from YouGov found that Americans don't just urinate in the toilet. So if that is the case, where do Americans do it?

Internet Culture September 12, 2014

How much would an ad-free Internet cost us?

Although an-ad free Internet would only cost the equivalent of $232, a vast majority of survey participants have expressed no interest in the option.

Internet Culture August 22, 2014

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