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Here are America’s Top New Year’s Resolutions for 2020

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According to Offers.com, the top six New Year’s resolutions going into 2020 are easily determined. All you have to do is ask! Their recent survey on what’s important to each of us going into the next decade indicated some trends that we could’ve predicted as well as some that we stopped to think about. They broke down the survey data by state, identifying the most popular resolutions across America. Care to guess what Texas resolves to do?

With the holiday season at full tilt, and New Year’s Eve coming up in just days, the thoughts of a new decade and what that means for us has been in the air. For months, our social media has been dinging with notifications of posts our friends and family are making considering the stroke of midnight at the end of 2019. While some get completely onboard the bandwagon in making resolutions for goals, hopes, and improvements in 2020, others opt out, choosing to let the cards fall where they may.

Here are America’s Top New Year’s Resolutions for 2020

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With varying aspirations, it’s interesting to see that according to Offers.com, the top six New Year’s resolutions across the country were as follows:

1. Exercise more/lose weight, at 36 percent

2. Save money, at 27 percent

3. Travel, at 18 percent

4. Get a new job/hobby, at eight percent

5. Find love, at seven percent

6. Make new friends, at four percent

Here are America’s Top New Year’s Resolutions for 2020

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Based on the survey results by Offers.com, their annual New Year’s resolutions list contains exercising more, trying to save money, and traveling among the top three resolutions for three years in a row. With respect to the data out of the state of Texas, apparently, we’re in line with our fellow Americans, opting for exercise as our top priority for the start of a new decade. That makes perfect sense considering a WalletHub study that indicated we ranked poorly in the health department! Are you making any New Year’s resolutions for 2020?