- 100% of people surveyed by Goo Research said they did not want a line on their palm indicating a tendency toward financial troubles.
- 75% of people surveyed say that they have reserved hotel rooms online; 75% of those have had problems booking online.
- 75% of survey respondents said they’re concerned about the personal information that can be gained from their garbage.
- 69% of people surveyed want to see more change in the sumo world.
- 65% of people use hand disinfectants.
- 60% of people are not interested in the latest trend of remaking or customizing their old clothes.
- 58% of people surveyed don’t want to borrow money. 7% thinks loans are useful.
- 58% of Onagawa, Miyagi Pref., residents are opposed to a nuclear power plant.
- 57% of people surveyed realize they’re going bald, but only 7% tried hair-growth products.
- 56% of housewives want to cut down on food expenses, much lower than last year’s 85%.
- 55% of people say they use almost the same password for different accounts.
- 39% of surveyed PC users purchased Windows 7, while 54% don’t feel the need to buy it.
Posts Tagged ‘health’
Ten years ago this month, the pill was approved for use in Japan, yet despite its popularity overseas, very few Japanese women use it. In fact, Japan was the last UN member country to approve the pill. Of all industrialized nations, France has the highest number of pill advocates at 44%, with the U.K. at 26% and the United States at 18%.
In Japan it stands at 3%. Why?
In a country where porn is abundant, condoms are readily available and love hotels are beating the recession, it’s certainly not from a lack of interest in sex but more a lack of confidence in the pill itself. More than half of the women surveyed about the pill mentioned concern over side effects, and of the 3% of women actually taking the pill, only 30% claim it is for contraception purposes (the pill also alleviates menstrual pain in some women).