MOUNT KISCO, N.Y.-- It's New Year's Day, and according to a 2012 poll by Marist College, less than half of Americans plan on making New Year’s resolutions. How about you, Mount Kisco?
What's your New Year's resolution, Mount Kisco?View Results
What's your New Year's resolution, Mount Kisco?
I want to lose weight.0%
I'm going to quit smoking.0%
I'm going to try to spend more time with family and friends.0%
I want to find a job/a better job.100%
I'm going to start volunteering and helping others.0%
I want to get fit,/join a gym/take up a new sport.0%
I want to take a up a new skill, activity or hobby.0%
I'm going to try to save more money and spend less.0%
I'm going to fall in love with that special someone.0%
I want to start drinking less alcohol.0%
I want to try to enjoy life more/be less stressed.0%
Sixty percent of all Americans polled told the Poughkeepsie college they are not likely to make a New Year’s resolution for 2013. Last year, 62 percent said they did not plan to make a resolution.
Fifty-one percent of Americans who are younger than 45 are more likely to promise to change versus 34 percent of older people, according to the poll.
Among the four in 10 Americans who do plan to make resolutions, 17 percent said they would resolve to lose weight, while 10 percent say they would like to be a better person. Thirteen percent hope to stop smoking and nine percent said they want to spend less and save more.
Eight percent said they would exercise more, seven percent said they would like to eat healthier, while six percent told the college they want to improve their health and five percent said they would get a better job.
Weigh in on The Mount Kisco Daily Voice's poll or share your unique New Year's resolutions for 2013 in the comments section below.
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