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Generation Gap in Attitudes
Toward the Environment

Thursday, February 9, 2017

The 59 percent majority of Americans think “stricter environmental laws and regulations are worth the cost,” according to a Pew Research Center survey. Only 34 percent say laws and regulations “cost too many jobs and hurt the economy.” Young adults are most likely to support environmental regulation.

Environmental regulations are worth the cost

Aged 18 to 29: 70%
Aged 30 to 49: 63%
Aged 50 to 64: 53%
Aged 65-plus: 47%

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The Most Popular Interior Design Styles in Each State

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

When you think of what's hot in interior design right now, do your dad's wingback chairs and grandma's ornate chandeliers come to mind? Well, maybe they should. A new study by Joybird, a custom furniture company, revealed that Victorian is the interior...

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The Long Home Market Shift

Monday, August 14, 2017

Over the past several decades, a significant change in the distribution of new, single-family home size occurred as builders constructed larger, more expensive homes. This evolution is notable because the housing market segment with the tightest inventory...

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Housing Starts Poised to Surge

Monday, August 14, 2017

Two reports out Tuesday from a pair of research outfits indicate that housing starts may be poised for a big jump. The first, from Fredonia Focus Reports in Cleveland, predicts that starts will steadily climb to an annual pace of 1.6 million by 2021....

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Woodard Names 2017 Top Sales Award Winners

Friday, August 11, 2017

Woodard, known for their quality craftsmanship in iron, aluminum, and all-season wicker outdoor furniture and accessories, saluted its top Salesman of the Year and Sales Achievement Award recipients for 2017 at the company’s recent Sales Recognition...

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