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Created: Jan 12, 2011
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<i>Happy New Year</i> Summary
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A recent survey asked respondents about the number of resolutions they've made in the past, and how many of those resolutions were kept.

The following box plot shows the percentage of kept resolutions by respondents:

Result 1: Boxplot of pecentage of kept resolutions, grouped by gender   [Info]
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There is no significant difference in the percentage of kept resolutions between males and females.

Check out the original survey here:

http://statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=1177&code=VDFZM&groupid=256

Check out the data that were collected here:

http://statcrunch.com/5.0/index.php?dataid=472458

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<A href="https://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/viewreport.php?reportid=17347"><i>Happy New Year</i> Summary</A>

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By scsurvey
Jan 18, 2011

It is also interesting that the lower quartile is 0 for both genders. This means at least 25% of respondents have never kept a resolution.
By websterwest
Jan 18, 2011

It appears the typical person (male or female) keeps less than 40% of their resolutions. I am surprised the percentage is even that high!

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