Percentage of Americans who say the restaurant tipping sweet spot is 20 percent, according to a CreditCards.com report: 42
Percentage of respondents who typically leave 15 percent: 23
Percentage who say they usually leave nothing: 6
Percentage of Americans who said they feel tense or stressed out while on vacation, according to a survey by the American Psychological Association: 21
Percentage who said they wind up working more than they planned to: 28
Percentage who reported that they dread returning to work: 42
Source: American Psychological Association.
Percentage of global citizens who agree that everyone in their country enjoys the same basic human rights, according to a global Ipsos poll conducted in 28 countries: 43
Percentage of all adult respondents across 28 countries who say human rights aren't a problem in their country, ranging from 55 percent in Germany to 17 percent in Colombia: 30
Source: Ipsos Public Affairs.
Ranks of Wyoming, North Carolina, Minnesota, Texas and Florida on the list of the best states for summer road trips, according to research by WalletHub: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Ranks of Rhode Island, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii and New Mexico on the list of the worst states for summer road trips: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Percentage of Americans who said that their overall happiness would improve if their wardrobe and home interior were in sync, according to a survey by Trunk Club and CB2: 40
Percentage of respondents who say they can predict both wardrobe based on a home's interior design, and a home's interior design based on wardrobe at a moderate, high or very high degree: 72
Source: Trunk Club.
Ranks of munching delicious local delicacies on vacation, visiting landmarks and exploring the outdoors on the list of reasons American millennials give for deciding their vacation destination, according to a survey by Hotels.com: 1, 2, 3
Percentage of millennial U.S. travelers who admit they prefer to snap their food instead of their friends' faces for Instagram: 78
Of the average 128 photos that U.S. millennial travelers snap during a weeklong vacation, percentage that are of food: 15
Percentage of professionals who take turns with their spouse to stay at home with the kids in the summer, according to a Korn/Ferry survey: 49
Percentage who are forced to take unexpected time off in the summer due to child care issues: 30
Percentage who say they occasionally bring their children to work to avoid day care dilemmas: 11
Percentage who say they work from home more in the summer: 26
Source: Korn/Ferry International.
Percentage of millennials (18- to 37-year-olds) who say cash is the best place to park money they won't need for 10-plus years, according to a new Bankrate.com report: 30
Percentage of Americans aged 38 and over who agree: 21
Grouping all U.S. adults together, ranks of the stock market, cash investments, real estate, gold or other precious metals, and bonds on the list of the most popular places to park their money: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Number of U.S. broadband households that currently own a product that helps them track their sleep quality, representing less than half of the nearly 60 million consumers who report having at least one sleep problem, according to sleep research from Parks Associates: 29 million
Percentage of U.S. broadband households that are interested in buying a sleep tech device: 51
Source: Parks Associates.
Percentage of Americans who declared they are either "not very likely" or "not at all likely" to use sharing economy services during their 2018 summer travels, according to an Allianz Travel Insurance survey: 53
Percentage of Americans who find sharing economy service providers to be "very" or "somewhat trustworthy," down 3 percent from last year: 62
Percentage who are familiar with at least one sharing economy service, with familiarity of services strongest among younger generations: 80
Source: Allianz Global Assistance USA.
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