Number of Americans who say their finances have reached "horror show" status, including 34% of millennials and 16% of baby boomers, according to a survey by WalletHub: 78 million
Number who are fearful of a recession: 177 million
Percentage who agree that politicians prey on people's financial fears: 90
Percentage of professionals who admitted they go to work sick at least sometimes, according to an Accountemps survey: 90
Of those, percentage who always show up while ill: 33
Percentage of those who report to the office with cold or flu symptoms who said they have too much work to do: 54
Percentage who don't want to use a sick day: 40
Source: Accountemps/Robert Half Management Resources.
Percentage of Americans who say they think about their physical well-being often or very often, compared to 57% who say the same about their mental health, according to a survey from Ipsos Public Affairs: 76
Percentage who believe that mental health is as important as physical health: 88
Source: Ipsos Public Affairs.
Cost of the average out-of-network ATM withdrawal, up 33% over the last decade, according to the latest Bankrate.com study: $4.72
Current average overdraft fee, just shy of the record of $33.38, set in 2017: $33.36
Percentage of time employees spend in inefficient meetings and dealing with email, according to a survey by Double Gemini: 50
Source: Double Gemini.
Percentage of Americans who prefer their coffee with add-ins instead of drinking it black, according to a survey from Reddi-wip: 79
Percentage who find making coffee therapeutic: 73
Source: Conagra Brands.
Percentage of singles who have admitted to ghosting someone they were casually dating (the term referring to ending a relationship or potential interest by stopping all communication with the person), according to a survey by Dating.com: 75
Percentage of singles who have reported being a victim of ghosting: 92
Percentage of Americans who have a favorite room in their home who say it's where they go to unwind and de-stress by themselves, according to a survey from Ally Home: 74
Percentage who say it is where they can put all their favorite things: 35
Source: Ally Financial.
When asked which trade-offs they are willing to make to pay for one season of college football activities/items, percentage of fans who would cut back on eating out once a week, according to a SunTrust survey: 48
Estimated amount the average fan will spend on tickets during the season: $411
Amount spent on parking during the season: $383
Amount spent on hotels during the season: $3,020
Source: SunTrust Banks Inc.
Date that President Gerald R. Ford signed a law that returned the annual observance of Veterans Day, a day to honor all veterans of all wars, to its original date of Nov. 11, beginning in 1978: Sept. 20, 1975
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