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-- Women who use coupons and store loyalty cards save over 10 percent a year on groceries, or the equivalent of $678 a year, according to the results of a new consumer poll conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, and published in the March 2008 issue of ShopSmart magazine.
The 2006 "State of the Net" survey was conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center among a nationally representative sample of more than 2,000 households with Internet access.
According to a recent survey of more than 1,000 Americans by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, 63 percent thought that following a gluten-free diet would improve physical or mental health.
The best carriers for claim-payment satisfaction are Amica, Auto-Owners and USAA, according to the most recent Consumer Reports National Research Center survey of 9,905 subscribers who filed homeowner's claims from 2010 through the first six months of 2013.
In the previous six years that the Consumer Reports National Research Center has conducted customer satisfaction surveys on in-home telecommunication services, providers have consistently rated below average among services they cover.
Conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center in late 2013, the survey included responses from more than 12,000 Consumer Reports subscribers who purchased an extended warranty.
Consumer Reports' annual owner satisfaction survey, conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, asks, "Considering all factors (price, performance, reliability, comfort, enjoyment, etc.), would you get this car if you had to do it all over again?'' Here are the most loved cars in five popular categories:
In the annual Consumer Reports National Research Center survey covering more than 58,000 subscribers in 23 metro areas, most respondents stayed with their provider more than two years, the length of a standard contract, even though only half were highly satisfied.
In a Consumer Reports National Research Center survey of 1,011 American adults, 39 percent said that they had used a meat thermometer at some point in the past year.
In a new survey by the Consumer Reports National Research Center, consumers said Netflix is the best way to get an evening's video entertainment.
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