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Have you successfully achieved a New Year's resolution? What was it?

Option B

NO


61/100 votes

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Published Dec 30, 2015
Public

Have you successfully achieved a New Year's resolution? What was it?

100 Respondents General Population

Option A

YES


39 votes
Option B

NO


61 votes

Responses

Responses to Option A
1
Start taking online courses.
2
To drink less
3
I made a new years resolution 10 years ago to never make one again, and I am still going strong.
4
YES! and it went so well last year that i am making it again this year. it was to try something new every day. :)
5
Learned to focus on myself and not everyone else.
6
weight loss
7
Spend less and save more money.
8
quit smoking
9
I wanted to gain 25 pounds to get up to 175 and I achieved 2 years ago.
10
quit smoking
11
Option A is my choice. I'm learning to forget past mistakes and that takes a lot of effort to leave the past behind and look forward to the New Year.
12
I set out to lose 20 lbs of baby weight and I did it!
13
I set out to eat less fried food and i did a great job of it, nearly totally eliminating them.
14
lost weight
15
I don't make a habit of making many of them, but I have a nice batting average for those that I have made. So, yes - most certainly have.
16
I completed the Spartan Race Super and Hot Chocolate Run 15K
17
My resolution last year was to lose weight. Over the year I lost over 50 lbs so I would say I accomplished my goal.
18
I wanted to lose weight. I lost 100 lbs.
19
Manage my savings and debts better.
20
Recently, every year, I have resolved not to make a resolution. So, I've been quite successful at it. :) Happy New Year!
21
Involved giving up eating out to save money for a trip.
22
I lost 32 pounds on a ketogenic diet last year!
23
eat more veggies
24
i have in the past achieved a resolution
25
i worked
26
I have improved my financial position and made significant progress towards some goals I have this year so I would say yes.
27
never make one so I guess I succeeded! :P
28
It was to stop drinking so much soda. This was years ago but ever since then, I hardly ever have any.
29
I made some changes to my home, repairs that I had been putting off.
30
reading goal - last year i read 40 books
31
Moved--and lost weight--got in shape
32
I didn't cut my hair for the entire year.
33
I have quit smoking.
34
To gain professional experience.
35
I lost 25 pounds this year.
36
I chose to stop drinking diet sodas. I started drinking water or milk only. I haven't had a diet soda in almost a year. Now if I take a sip of a diet soda it tastes strange to me.
37
I lost 30 lbs last year.
38
I am going to lose some weight.
39
It was to lose weight, which I did, though not in the manner intended.
Responses to Option B
1
I haven't in the past but this year will be the year!
2
Nope, I'm a pretty much failure.
3
I don't make resolutions because I feel like they set me up to fail.
4
i forgot about it.
5
I haven't achieved a new year's resolution. I quit after January because I'm not motivated enough.
6
I did not make it.
7
I rarely make a resolution, and when I do it is usually forgotten about by January 2nd.
8
I didnt have any
9
I don't make new year's resolutions
10
I have never made a news years resolution, I think its kind of dumb.
11
It is the 30th, I have not yet started on any.
12
I lost ten pounds.
13
I don't make new years resolutions.
14
I don't make new year's resolutions, never have.
15
I never succeed after a couple of weeks.
16
No, I previously resolved to maintain a consistent exercise schedule throughout the year (4 years ago), but wasn't able to maintain this resolution past January and February. Since then, I haven't made New Year's resolutions.
17
i don't do them
18
I keep trying and keep failing.
19
In the past, they often only lasted a couple days at most. I'd take the first steps, but not fully commit. So I mostly try not to make New Year's resolutions any longer.
20
I don't follow all of that crap. I just live my life like I usually do.
21
I rarely make resolutions, but if I do I usually fail at them
22
I always want to lose weight but that lasts for like 2 months only.
23
I need to be more proactive about it next this upcoming year.
24
I've never set one
25
Exercising consistently
26
to gain weight
27
i'm 59; if i ever successfully achieved a New year resolution it was decades ago and i doubt it happened even then. important changes in my life happened at different times of the year, not because it happened to be a new year.
28
I try to save money but I always end up having to pay for something.
29
I tried to get a new bird but failed
30
Wanted to be more consistent with my Turking, but I haven't gotten there yet.
31
losing weight, I got partway there and gained it all back.
32
I wanted to be more healthy and lose more weight. I started out good early but fell off and never got back on.
33
No, my resolution is usually to get to a goal weight or clothing size and I didn't achieve it this year.
34
I have not even thought about it yet.
35
I have always failed to achieve an a actual, set, New Year's resolution. I have a feeling that 2016 is my year, though! My resolution is going to be to use at least one new, random southern phrase a week. Like "bless your heart" etc..
36
I didn't really set any last year, but I have some set this year that I'm ready to accomplish
37
I have never set a New Year's Resolution, so I have not achieved one.
38
I think that if you want to do something you should do it immediately - I don't see the point in resolutions as it only leads people into disappointment.
39
I don't really do them anymore but I always want to get in shape. I did lose a little bit. Maybe 10 pounds.
40
I have not or at least have not knowingly. Sadly, I cannot remember my resolutions for 2015.
41
I always break them
42
I NEVER MAKE NEWS YEARS RESOLUTIONS. IT PUTS TOO MUCH PRESSURE ON ME!!
43
I do not set them at the new year, I do them throughout the yeaar
44
Got distracted
45
I never seem to make my goals that I set for myself every new years.
46
I have never finished one. :(
47
Did not make a New Year's resolution, that way I don't have to break it!
48
I can't remember ever completing one. I generally do not make one but the few times I have, it was to quit smoking or lose weight. I have still not done either. Maybe 2016 is my year for both!?
49
I don't make New Year's resolutions
50
When I was younger I would make resolutions but never actually achieved one so stopped making them. I usually am good for a few weeks or more then get lazy and stop.
51
I didn't make one
52
New Year's resolutions are like New Year's parties - too forced and never worth the effort.
53
Nope.
54
Every year I give up by April.
55
None, mine always fall through
56
I wanted to lose weight and haven't yet.
57
I don't make resolutions for "new years"
58
I didn't lose half the amount of weight I had intended to. Not even a fifth of the weight.
59
I never make resolutions. I just don't see the point in waiting to a particular day to make a change. If there is something that needs changing in my life, I address it any time of the year.
60
Never
61
I didn't have one.

Demographics

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Age for Option B
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Ethnicity for Option B
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A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Gender
43%
Male (46)
56%
35%
Female (54)
64%

Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
31%
18-34 (51)
68%
43%
35-49 (32)
56%
56%
50-64 (16)
43%
0%
65+ (1)
100%

Income
41%
$0-30k (39)
58%
25%
$30-60k (31)
74%
41%
$60-100k (24)
58%
83%
$100k+ (6)
16%

Ethnicity
39%
White (83)
60%
33%
Black (6)
66%
28%
Asian (7)
71%
66%
Hispanic (3)
33%
0%
Other (1)
100%

Education
26%
High School (23)
73%
44%
College (59)
55%
38%
Grad School (18)
61%
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