List/Grid Tag Archives: survey
State Farm Life Insurance Survey: Despite Importance, 74 Percent of Couples Rarely or Never Talk About Life Insurance
Daily Economic Pressures and Concern Over Negative Partner Reaction Are Key Reasons Why People Remain Silent; 64 Percent of Women Say If They Were The Primary Earner They’d Be Too Stressed About Finances To Think About Anything Else BLOOMINGTON, Ill., Sept. 29 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — A new State Farm Life Insurance Company survey shows that since the economic downturn in 2008 and the uncertainty it has created for people’s finances, a majority of people say life insurance is more important than it was two years ago.
Crowe Horwath releases survey results for current bank compensation trends OAK BROOK, Ill., Sept. 28 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — As the financial performance of financial institutions has declined in recent years, so has the compensation of their CEOs.
Kmart is ‘Most Likely to Rock’ This Back to School Season by Offering the Hottest Trends in Fashions for Tweens and Juniors Without Breaking Their Budget
Chicago and Los Angeles Kmart stores to host back to school fashion shows Hoffman Estates, Ill. (Aug.
National survey shows consumers are thinking ahead when it comes to spending during the holidays, but need help when it comes to saving their money Hoffman Estates, Ill., (July 21, 2010) /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — While summer temperatures are still on the rise, believe it or not, many American families are already planning ahead for the upcoming holiday shopping season. According to a new national survey* conducted by Sears and Kmart , 60 percent of Americans have put money into a savings account to save for a specific time of year, such as the upcoming winter holidays.
A new keepsake case from e.p.t.® Brand helps women commemorate the moment they knew SKILLMAN, N.J., June 22 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — It’s strange but true that for many mothers, one of the most beautiful, important moments of her life occurred in her bathroom . According to a recent survey commissioned by the makers of e.p.t.® Brand, finding out they were pregnant was a moment so special that 67 percent of expectant mothers saved their at-home pregnancy test , and more than three in four moms and expectant mothers (77 percent respectively) would likely save it if they had a keepsake case to put it in.
On “ AC360° ,” survivors of the BP oil rig explosion talk to Anderson Cooper about their 11 “fallen brothers.” Watch “AC360°” live from the Gulf at 10 p.m. ET Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG – While many soccer fans expect Brazil to win the World Cup for a record sixth time, almost half of the North Americans surveyed predict an unexpected triumph for the United States. Bookmakers rate Brazil and Spain as the favorites to win the title at Soccer City on July 11, with a worldwide survey released Tuesday showing that 34 percent of people are backing the South Americans.
ATLANTA – A new national survey found that a growing number of teens say they use the rhythm method for birth control, and more teens also think it’s OK for an unmarried female to have a baby. Experts say those findings may help explain why there hasn’t been a drop in teen births in recent years.
Public and Parents Buy Into the Need to Ramp Up Math and Science Education But Most Still Think Their Local Schools are Doing Fine
NEW YORK, June 2 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Americans are convinced that math and science skills are crucial for the future, with strong majorities who say there will be more jobs and college opportunities for students with those skills, according to a new Public Agenda survey. But while there’s broad support from parents and the general public for K-12 national standards, more than half of parents (52%) say the math and science their child is getting in school is “fine as it is.” These are just some of many surprising realities facing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in public schools, according to “Are We Beginning to See the Light?” a new Public Agenda survey exploring the views of more than 1,400 individuals nationwide, including 646 parents of children grades K-12.
Degree Women(R) Survey Reveals Travel Must-Haves to Keep Women Looking and Feeling Good Despite Potential Travel Pitfalls CHICAGO, May 27 /CHICAGOPRESSRELEASE.COM/ — Everyone loves a vacation, but between long lines or lost luggage, it’s not always easy to stay calm and collected while en route to a relaxing get-away. But some smart packing can leave women feeling refreshed after a long day of travel, sitting elbow to elbow with strangers and breathing recycled air, according to a new survey by Degree Women.