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Study: Americans are Getting Even Dumber: Less Than 25% Know U.S. History 0

Jun19
Source: Boston.com

"WHEN THE Department of Education last week released the results of the latest National Assessment of Educational Progress — “the Nation’s Report Card’’ — the bottom line was depressingly predictable: Not even a quarter of American students is proficient in US history, and the percentage declines as students grow older. Only 20 percent of 6th ...

Study: Movie Goers Are Getting Sick of 3D Movies 3

Jun19
Source: Ign.com

"The Hollywood Reporter has some numbers which seem to indicate that Americans are getting sick of the 3D format. "We continue to believe U.S. consumers are frustrated with the amount of 3D movies Hollywood is producing, especially when combined with excessive ticket prices," BTIG research analyst Richard Greenfield says. Example: 2D ticket sales on Fandango for Green ...

Study: 75% of Seasoned Drivers Would Fail Written Exam 0

May31
Source: Thecarconnection.com

"If you’ve been driving for twenty years and have a clean driving record, chances are you consider yourself a good driver. A recent study by LeaseTrader.com would beg to differ: according to their results, drivers with the most experience behind the wheel scored the worst on the sample questions used in the survey. Drivers with twenty ...

New Study: 99% of Credit Reports Are Void of Material Errors! 0

May24
Credit_Report

"99% of Credit Reports Are Void of Material Errors! No, that’s not a fictitious headline designed to infuriate you into reading this piece. It’s actually part of the findings of a recently published study on the accuracy of credit reports by an organization called the Policy and Economic Research Council, or “PERC.” In fact, ...

Swearing After an Injury Helps Ease The Pain! Science Proves It! 0

Apr19
Swearing

"Scientists from Keele University found that letting forth a volley of foul language can have a powerful painkilling effect, especially for people who do not normally use expletives. To test the theory, student volunteers placed their hands in a bucket of ice cold water while swearing repeatedly. They then repeated the exercise but, instead of swearing, used ...

Study: U.S. Women Retire 1 ½ Times Longer Than Men… Mexican Men Work Until Death 0

Apr14
Retirement Years

A new study by OECD provides some shocking facts about life expectancy and retirement years for men and women dependent on the country they live in. Here are some of the most alarming stats: - American men generally live in retirement for 10 years - American women generally live in retirement for 16 years - Austrian women top the ...

New Study Says: Brain Matter Determines If You’re Conservative or Liberal 0

Apr8
Brain Politics

A new study conducted at University College London states that there's a reason certain people are liberal or conservative and it has to do with your brain. "Liberals have more gray matter in a part of the brain associated with understanding complexity, while the conservative brain is bigger in the section related to processing fear, said ...

iPhone Users are Poorer Than Android Users [STUDY] 0

Apr5
Poor iPhone User

An interesting poll conducted in The UK has some rather alarming stats about iPhone users you may not have expected, although... I certainly expected it. iPhone users tote their phone around as if it's a Mercedes key. They think it's a status symbol only available to the sophisticated, super elite, or hipsters. This new poll reveals ...

African Americans Watch The Most TV… Asians Watch The Least [STUDY] 1

Apr1
Black Man Watching TV

"African Americans have the highest rate of total TV usage, according to the Nielsen State of the Media report, which was released on Wednesday and breaks down viewing trends by ethnicity." "In November 2010, when the data was compiled, African Americans used their TVs an average of 7 hours, 12 minutes each day -- above the ...

New Study Proves Facebook Contributes to Narcissism 4

Mar21
Facebook Narcissicm

A new Australian study proves that people who are members of Facebook are more extroverted and narcissistic than those who are not. “Facebook users tend to be more extroverted and narcissistic, but less conscientious and socially lonely, than non-users,” - Tracii Ryan and Sophia Xenos of RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia Source: Journal For Computers in Human Behavior This ...


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