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Are the California wineries being irresponsible? 86% say yes! 4/9/2015

California is home to a reported 3,674 wineries1, but recently some of them seem to have bit off more than they can chew. … read more

California is home to a reported 3,674 wineries1, but recently some of them seem to have bit off more than they can chew. In early March, a lawsuit was filed against 28 CA wineries after extremely high levels of inorganic arsenic were found in over 83 lesser expensive wines.

How did this happen? It seems the California wineries neglected the responsibility of winemaking procedures and failed to inform the consumers of the potential health risks. Some of the wines had high levels of inorganic arsenic—up to 500% more than what is consider to be acceptable. Now, people are understandably upset and 86% are calling the wineries irresponsible.

How does this news influence wine drinkers? We asked 1,000 Americans and here’s what we found…

Men seem less worried than women
50% of women say they’re aware of the arsenic-tainted wine and it worries them, whereas 61% of men say it doesn’t bother them.

Will this stop you from drinking wine?
Despite the news, only 21% say they’re bowing out on drinking wine any time soon. 82% of primary household shoppers say they’ll be drinking more expensive wine as a result of this debacle.

On to the expensive stuff!
1 in 3 men will start drinking more expensive wines, hoping this will help them to avoid those ridden with arsenic; only 21% of women say they’ll do the same.

Is this going to affect my health?
1 in 3 are now concerned about their health since the high levels can reportedly cause cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

How did this make you feel?
86% feel the wineries involved have been irresponsible and of them, 94% are annoyed that they allowed this to happen in the first place.

 

To read more about the California wineries click on the link below:
http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/27/living/arsenic-wine-california-lawsuit-feat/

*Figures for age, gender, region, race, ethnicity, education, and income were weighted where necessary to bring them into line with their actual proportions in the population by using AskTheNation. AskTheNation takes sample size and panelist information like age, gender, race, ethnicity, education, region and household income into account, and weights the survey sample based on census data to bring them into line with their actual proportions in the population.

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Could this new Yahoo Mail feature be the trick to keeping hackers at bay? 67% think so. 4/2/2015

In January 2014, Yahoo fell victim to a hack that put an estimated 273 million Yahoo Mail users at risk when their user names and … read more

In January 2014, Yahoo fell victim to a hack that put an estimated 273 million Yahoo Mail users at risk when their user names and passwords were stolen from a third party. Over a year later, Yahoo is announcing a new method of accessing Yahoo Mail accounts… without needing to have a password on file.

This new on-demand login feature will send a unique code to the user’s mobile phone each time they access their account, which they’ll be prompted to enter in place of a password. See what they did here? In theory, a hacker would need to have physical protection of your phone in order to access your Yahoo account.

How keen are Yahoo users to this new feature? We asked 1,000 Americans, and here’s what we found…

To you knowledge, has your email account ever been hacked?
72% fortunate respondents say that to their knowledge, their email account has never been hacked, while 16% say they have. Another 12% suspect their email has been hacked at one time or another, but haven’t been able to confirm.

Not having to memorize an email password? That makes me…

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Does this feature mean more protection against hackers?
67% seem to think so, agreeing that this new feature would offer a higher level of protection against hackers.

Give you my cell number to access my email? No thanks!
54% say they’re uncomfortable having to provide their mobile number to Yahoo in order to access their email account.

Is Yahoo trying to be too innovative?
48% agree Yahoo is attempting to be too innovative and this new option is going to leave them more susceptible to hackers.

Will this new feature convert non-Yahoo Mail users?
25% who have an email provider other than Yahoo say this feature makes them more likely to make the switch with their primary email account, while 59% say despite this intended improvement, they’re not likely to switch. (16% are impartial)

To find out more on how Yahoo’s new email system works click on the link below: http://yahoo.tumblr.com/post/113708272894/a-new-simple-way-to-log-in

*Figures for age, gender, region, race, ethnicity, education, and income were weighted where necessary to bring them into line with their actual proportions in the population by using AskTheNation. AskTheNation takes sample size and panelist information like age, gender, race, ethnicity, education, region and household income into account, and weights the survey sample based on census data to bring them into line with their actual proportions in the population.

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