43% of U.S. adults say they have ever personally worked in a job where they received tips. Roughly six-in-ten (57%) have not had this experience.
72% of U.S. adults say tipping is expected in more places today than it was five years ago. But even as Americans say they’re being asked to tip more often, only about a third say it’s extremely or very easy to know whether (34%) or how much (33%) to tip for various services.
69% of adults say they got any of their tattoos to honor or remember someone or something. 47% say they got a tattoo to make a statement about what they believe.
Most Americans (62%) own a pet, including 35% who have more than one. And nearly all U.S. pet owners (97%) say their pets are part of their family.
In the U.S., 12% of all restaurants serve Asian food; that share is slightly higher than the 7% of the U.S. population that is Asian American.
Young adults in the U.S. are less likely than those in most of Europe to live in their parents’ home
One-in-three U.S. adults ages 18 to 34 live in their parents’ home, according to U.S. Census Bureau data from 2021.
Social media is an important tool for consumers, with some Americans – particularly younger adults – turning to influencer recommendations.
As more states legalize the practice, 19% of U.S. adults say they have bet money on sports in the past year
Despite the growth of commercial sports betting, the most common way that Americans bet on sports is with friends or family.
Many Americans say they have shifted their priorities around health and social activities during COVID-19
We asked respondents to describe in their own words what rose and fell in importance to them during the pandemic. Here are some of the key themes that emerged.
Among those ages 18 to 29, friends and community often rank in the top three sources of meaning, fulfillment and satisfaction in their lives.