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Less than half of American adults polled by Rasmussen Reports said they will make a New Year’s resolution in 2022. The national phone and online survey reveals 44 percent will make any New Year’s resolutions. Forty-three percent will not and 13 percent are not sure.

Of the 44 percent who said they will make a resolution, 91 percent think it is at least somewhat likely they will keep it. Forty-six percent said it is very likely.

Women (46 percent) are slightly more likely than men (42 percent) to say they plan to make a New Year’s resolution. But men (54 percent) are more likely than women (39 percent) to say it is very likely they’ll keep their resolution.

Sixty-four percent of those under 40 years old said they’ll make resolutions, while just 33 percent of those 40-64 and 26 percent of those 65 and older said they will.


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