Quick details: 53% of people believed false information presented to them on an anti-vaccination website. It took only five minutes of reading an anti-vaccination website for people to start believing a new misconception. Trust in existing authority, especially...
Religious or not, Lent can be a great time of year to give up a distraction and refocus on other things that might be more important in our lives. While popularized in religious circles, Lent is spreading into the secular world, as more people participate in the...
Welcome to our bi-weekly series where we analyze average internet speeds in a clustered region in the United States. Today, we're looking at three states in the upper-left corner of the United States: Washington, Oregon and Idaho, known most commonly as the Pacific...
If you need help deciding whether Xfinity by Comcast or DISH is a better TV provider for you, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll break down which provider offers the best price, the best sports options, and which offers the best service overall based on a number of...
One of our favorite surveys to run is finding out what people are giving up for lent. This year, same as before, alcohol remains at the top of the list. But most notably is the rise in social media on the list of things people are giving up, with 14% of respondents...
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