What America’s Thinking
The fate of public buffet-style eating may have appeared dim in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. Not so, perhaps, […]
Please respect our republishing guidelines - Click Here
- The fate of public buffet-style eating may have appeared dim in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. Not so, perhaps, as 27% of respondents to a recent survey said they are somewhat or very likely to eat at a buffet-style restaurant once current social distancing restrictions are lifted. The 25-34 age-group is most likely to go back to buffet eating, while those older than 55 are least likely to do so.
- Forty percent of American workers are concerned that they may never be able to retire. 56% believe that they might not receive social security benefits because the funds will be depleted before they begin to claim their entitlement. The most recent Social Security Trustees’ Report shows that, even without action from the federal government, social security will be able to pay out at least 76% of benefits until 2090.
- Joe Biden recently stirred controversy by claiming that blacks who would choose President Trump over him in November are not black. Only 13% of likely U.S. voters – and 27% of black likely voters – agree with the former vice president.