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New Year's Weight Loss Phenomenon
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My group and I designed a survey to learn about weight loss and desire to get fit either for themselves or as recommended by a HealthCare Provider.    The population sampled was of American Adults.  The results obtained were convenience sample with voluntary responses using social media (facebook) and printed surveys  in office settings.   The persons made of the sample were persons know via social media or those worked with in an office setting.  

This report was collected using Statcrunch and focuses on New Year's Weight Loss survey regarding weight loss.


Most Respondants were not recommended by a Provider to loose weight.   

Result 1: Pie Chart With Provider recommended weight loss   [Info]
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Most respondants above the No axis were not recommended by a provider to loose weight, although were Very Motivated (5) to loose weight.  Compared to the Yes axis, those recommened to loose weight by a Provider were either Very motivated (5) and somewhat motivated.  

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