Abortion Views: Majority of Americans Support Legalization, Survey Shows

Washington, D.C. – Pew Research Center has been conducting surveys on abortion for years, shedding light on Americans’ perspectives on the legality of the procedure. A recent survey conducted almost a year after the Supreme Court’s decision that ended the constitutional right to abortion showed that 62% of U.S. adults believed abortion should be legal in most cases, while 36% opposed it. A previous survey also indicated that few Americans held an absolutist view on …

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Violence Against Scottish Shopworkers Doubles in Past Year, Survey Reports

Edinburgh, Scotland – A recent report revealed that nearly one in five shopworkers in Scotland experienced a violent attack last year, marking a significant increase in violent incidents over the past 12 months. The report, based on a survey of over 5,500 retail staff conducted by the retail trade union Usdaw, highlighted the shocking prevalence of violence and abuse faced by shopworkers across Scotland. According to the report, 18% of shopworkers reported being subjected to …

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Missouri State Residents Urged to Provide Zip Code for Super Purchase Survey

ST. LOUIS, MO – As the holiday season approaches, many people in Missouri are preparing for a surge in online purchases. With the convenience of online shopping, consumers are eager to narrow down their options and proceed with their purchases. Customers in Missouri are facing the usual dilemma of providing their shipping information, including their state, zip code, and country. Selecting the appropriate options is crucial for a smooth delivery process, and it is essential …

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Unprecedented Survey Reveals Alarming Trends in Workplace Satisfaction and Mental Health

Orlando, Florida – A new study conducted by the Orlando Health Heart & Vascular Institute has found that regular exercise can significantly reduce the risk of developing atrial fibrillation, a common type of irregular heartbeat. The study, which analyzed over 400,000 participants, found that those who engaged in the recommended amount of weekly physical activity were 36% less likely to develop atrial fibrillation. The research, led by Dr. Benjamin Chey, presented its findings at the …

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