Since the Thanksgiving holiday is just barely in the rearview mirror, we explored what people are most thankful for—and overwhelmingly it is family and friends.
Of those who responded to the question “What are you most thankful for?” 72 percent on LinkedIn said they are most thankful for their family and friends and 24 percent said health and happiness. The rest voted for ‘you tell us’ but didn’t tell us what that was.
On Twitter, half of our followers who answered said family and friends. The rest were split between being most grateful for health and happiness and some other option. No one on either channel said they were most thankful for a well-paying job.
Our latest poll focused on holiday shopping: who’s shopping early, who’s taking advantage of cyber sales, and who’d rather head to a shopping mall.
Thirty-six percent said they’re doing brick and mortar (that’s where I’m headed); 29 percent said they shopped on Black Friday; 14 percent said they took advantage of Cyber Monday (me too); and 21 percent said they were done shopping months ago.
Our question for this week’s poll is on something that almost everyone has had to experience in their adult life—serving on a jury. Our question is “How do you feel about called for jury duty?”
Tell us what you think. We’d love to hear from you.