From Al Tompkins | Poynter <[email protected]>
Subject Stuck in traffic for 155 hours a year
Date January 11, 2023 11:00 AM
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A new study says people in some cities are stuck in traffic for 155 hours a year. The INRIX global survey says traffic tie-ups cost a lot more time now than they did during the height of the pandemic, when more people worked from home. Drivers in Chicago, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Miami spend the most time sitting in traffic.

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Every year the Gallup organization asks Americans who they trust the most, measuring honesty and ethics. Nurses, physicians and pharmacists scored highest in honesty and ethics categories this year while members of Congress, used car salespersons, telemarketers and, yes, journalists scored lowest. Clergy persons gained some public support this year compared to previous years. There were wide differences in how Democrats and Republicans viewed the honesty of teachers, journalists and police.

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