LifestyleSurvey reveals how Americans show generosity

Survey reveals how Americans show generosity

84% of Americans firmly believe karma is real, a new survey suggests.

However, not all vibes are good, as many adults attribute bad karma to bad relationships (34%), loss of belongings (27%), and arguments with other people (27%).

Despite these challenges, Americans seek to spread positivity through acts of generosity.

The Chime and OnePoll survey of 2,000 adults found that respondents are embracing generosity in various forms, such as giving gifts to loved ones (50%) or helping their neighbors (46%).

On average, Americans perform five acts of generosity per week.

These kind gestures increase personal well-being: 49% feel better about themselves and 37% feel overall satisfaction with their life.

Generosity, as defined by Americans, includes going out of your way to help others (68%) and spending time with loved ones (54%).

Reflecting on their own acts of generosity, respondents shared touching stories, such as providing shelter during a friend’s health crisis or leaving a sizable tip for servers.

Despite personal acts of kindness, 42% feel the United States falls short in generosity.

However, 72% still consider themselves generous, even amid financial uncertainties.

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