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50% of Android users don't install security software on devices

A survey of Android users has found that nearly half of people do not install security software onto a new device because they feel that they do not need to do so, despite most being aware of security weaknesses in Android phones.

Greek pro-bailout 'Yes' vote in referendum ahead: Survey

Atenas - The number of Greeks planning to vote 'Yes' in this weekend's referendum in favour of accepting the latest bailout proposals is slightly higher that those opting for 'No', a survey said Friday.

Early issues with Apple Pay are putting off users, says study

A study has revealed that early issues with Apple Pay are causing many earlier patriots to neglect regular use of the service. 47% of users have experienced issues in stores advertised as Apple Pay friendly.

98% of UK firms have no cyber-attack insurance

A new UK government report has found that nearly all large firms do not possess any form of insurance that would help them to recover from a major cyber-attack, despite 81% of those surveyed having experienced a security breach in the past 12 months.

Is sexism in science at an end?

While female scientists in academia do not face an inhospitable workplace, the low numbers of female faculty are simply due to women’s career choices. This is the view of two psychologists.

Survey: Almost 10% of Americans have gone to work high

Almost 1 in 10 Americans have shown up to work high on pot, according to a new survey, which was conducted by Mashable and SurveyMonkey.

Japan firms want Abe to cool it on China; see demand ebbing: Reuters poll

Japanese companies are concerned about Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's forceful diplomacy with neighbors like China, at a time when demand from Asia's giant appears to be ebbing, a Reuters survey showed.

Poll: 80% of Japanese against restart of nuclear plants

Calling the plan to restart Japan's 48 nuclear plants "irresponsible," two former prime ministers and a nuclear power insider have responded to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's announcement, pointing out the Fukushima situation is still far from ideal.

Singapore named world's costliest city

Singapore - The soaring cost of cars and utilities as well as a strong currency have made Singapore the world's most expensive city, toppling Tokyo from the top spot, according to a survey Tuesday.

New orders threaten fragile shipping sector recovery: survey

Overcapacity threatens to derail a fragile recovery in the global shipping sector as ship owners and investors place orders for new vessels betting on better times, a survey showed on Thursday.

Electric car Tesla named Consumer Reports' top auto pick

Electric luxury car Tesla Model S was named by Consumer Reports magazine on Tuesday as its overall top pick for 2014, while Japanese models took five spots in the annual rankings, their worst showing in...

FCC newsroom survey suspended

The Federal Communications Commission has backed down in its attempt at surveying radio and television stations over their newsroom's editorial practices. Called the Critical Information Needs (CIN) study, a pilot test was to have started this spring.

Japan firms resist government pressure to lift base wages: Survey

Fewer than one in five Japanese companies plan to raise base wages in the coming business year, a Reuters survey shows, a stark sign that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's stimulus policies are still struggling ...

Investors shun emerging markets, especially South Africa: BofA poll

Investors grew even more pessimistic about the developing world in February, with a majority saying the biggest threat to the stability of global financial markets was turmoil in emerging markets, a surve...

Survey: No free Wi-Fi biggest hotel guest complaint

One of the biggest complaints that hotel guests have is the lack of free Wi-Fi in their rooms. Guests believe that all hotels should offer free Internet connection and think it is more important that many other hotel amenities.

Top CEOs more confident on economy in 2014

Davos Platz - Top business leaders are increasingly confident about the state of the world economy though they are only slightly more bullish on the prospects for their own companies, according to a major survey released at the Davos forum Tuesday.

Top CEOs more confident on economy in 2014: survey

Davos Platz - Top business leaders are increasingly confident about the state of the world economy though they are only slightly more bullish on the prospects for their own companies, according to a major survey released at the Davos forum Tuesday.

Dodgy survey taints Germany's powerful auto club

Berlin - German car lovers voiced fury Monday at the country's powerful automotive association after it admitted to having manipulated a survey for the nation's favourite car.

Around 60 percent of Spanish population is worse off from 2013

Madrid - Spain's center-right newspaper, El Mundo, published the results of a survey on Tuesday, showing that despite Prime Minister Rajoy's assurances that things are better, 60 percent of the Spanish population has less money coming in than they did a year ago.

Anti-semitism 'on the rise' according to European Jews

A survey of discrimination and hate crimes conducted by the EU's Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) suggests that anti-Semitism is on the rise in Europe.

Study: 1 in 10 men in Asia admit they have committed rape

A World Health Organization study uncovers the startling truth behind sexual violence against women from the mouths of the men themselves.

House spider survey launched in the U.K.

As an example of 'citizen science', people in the U.K. are being asked to survey the numbers and types of house spiders they get in their homes using smartphone apps.

Coca Cola completes a study: Spain, the Spanish and their pubs

According to the Coca Cola company, a study they have just completed shows that there are 350,000 catering establishments in Spain, meaning on average there is one bar for every 132 inhabitants.

Britain now has seven social classes

London - A new study carried out by the BBC shows that Britain now has seven social classes. Whereas just last century there was just three classes, upper, middle and working class the latest survey has shown that this figure has increased to seven.

Peeps survey pokes into the pleasure of holiday treats

The Peeps have spoken. Or at least those who filled out a survey did. They answered some timely questions about these treats.

Survey: Only 27% of companies have social media-focused employee

A new survey has found that less than one-third of companies have a designated employee to manage social media accounts. Instead, it appears most businesses assign social media as a task on top of other employee job responsibilities.

Most employees would prefer anything than a holiday party: survey

Sausalito - This month, many employees across the globe will be heading to their company's holiday party. As the workers gather, a significant number will think about how they wish they received a cash bonus rather than a party.

Sydney and Melbourne ranked in top ten most reputable cities

The ‘Global 2012 City Reputation Index’ compiled by Australian research consultants AMR and the Research Institute, has put both Sydney and Melbourne in the top ten most reputable cities in the world.

Average penis size study results confirm racial stereotypes

Research on average penis size has confirmed racial stereotypes, with Africans coming out on top, Asians at the bottom and Europeans somewhere in between.

Middle age now begins at 55, new survey suggests

The age at which ‘middle age’ kicks in has grown steadily older. A new survey suggests that the age which people consider themselves to be ‘middle aged’ has crept up to 55.
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The U.S. current events results from the survey by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind, conducted by telephone from Feb. 6 through Feb. 12, 2012,
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