Our team of analysts looked at the latest information on vaccine hesitancy to find the main reasons why parents don’t want to vaccinate their children.
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High housing costs, a potential end to a moratorium on evictions and prolonged unemployment have many Americans worried about keeping a roof over their heads. We found that nationwide, nearly 20% of people (1 in 5) are worried they will face foreclosure or eviction in the next two months.
Our team of analysts found that seat belt use has increased by as much as 17% in some states over the last decade. However, we also found that seat belt use is declining in some states. This decline is concerning because nearly half of all traffic fatalities involve someone who wasn’t wearing a seat belt.
The number of people dealing with anxiety or depression in each state has changed along with the pandemic. Our team of analysts found that while anxiety and depression levels increased during the first year of the pandemic, they have decreased dramatically throughout 2021.
Side effects, government mistrust, necessity: There are many reasons why millions of Americans have chosen not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Our team of analysts looked at the latest data on vaccine hesitancy to find the main reasons why people aren’t getting vaccinated.
Despite record unemployment and financially uncertain times, America’s struggle with debt showed signs of improving during the first year of the pandemic. Our team of analysts found that credit card scores improved, more people got caught up on their student loans and the number of people in debt collection has declined over the last year.
Fall travel in 2021 is starting to look a lot like fall travel in 2020. COVID-19 cases are rising nationwide, and many destinations have brought back mask mandates. How each state is responding to the coronavirus is once again a major factor in our evaluation of the riskiest states for fall travel.