Americans with just basic cell phones are a dwindling breed
The share of Americans who have a basic cellular phone that is not a smartphone has dropped 33 percentage points since 2005.
Few Americans track their weight, diet or exercise online
Among the 6-in-10 Americans who say they track their weight, diet or exercise routine, 9% say they use online or app tools.
Number of older Americans in the workforce is on the rise
The share of Americans ages 65 to 74 who are in the nation’s workforce is expected to break the 30% mark by 2022.
Long-term unemployment remains high
Nearly four-in-ten unemployed Americans have been out of work for at least six months.
Under health reform, non-group insurance market will more than double
The estimated number of Americans who relied on non-group health insurance coverage before the Affordable Care Act took effect.
More than half of cell owners affected by ‘distracted walking’
More than half of all adult cellphone owners have been on the giving or receiving end of a distracted walking encounter.
New Year, new you?
More than four-in-ten Americans say they will make a New Year’s resolution.
Russians say Islamic extremist groups are top concern
More than half of Russians say Islamic extremist groups are a major threat to their country.
Most Americans believe in Jesus’ virgin birth
Most U.S. adults believe Jesus was born of a virgin, including one-third of Americans with no specific religious affiliation.
It’s not just kids who are excited about a visit from Santa
One-in-five adults who don’t have kids that believe in Santa still plan on a visit from Santa this year.