All the time we spent stuck at home is probably the big motivator for this one.
It turns out a lot of us have big plans for 2021.
43% of Americans are making a New Year’s resolution for this year. That’s up eight points from a year ago when 35% said they would.
Young people are even more likely to say they’ll do it. Three out of five people under 40 plan to make one, compared to one out of four people who are 55 and up.
According to the survey, our top resolutions this year are:
manage our weight better
focus more on saving money & budgeting
Four in 10 people also said they want to spend more time with friends and family in 2021, which is almost a given compared to this past year.
And 84% of people who made a resolution a year ago claim they kinda, somewhat stuck with it.