At $22.95 apiece, the general surveys so far released are a bargain.
That might have helped the advertisers who spent $850,000 for each 30-second spot, according to a survey released yesterday.
And 65 percent of Americans do not, according to a survey released last month by Lawyers.com.
The survey, released in 1988, found that the majority of students felt that taking the test had been a positive experience.
Last year, in fact, fully 26 percent of the average company's net earnings went for medical costs, a survey released yesterday shows.
The survey, released yesterday, also showed greater confidence about future business prospects.
American consumers who were asked about the economy remained positive, according to a survey released yesterday.
A survey the association released last week showed that requests for help had risen 26 percent from a year ago.
Employers across the country said their health care costs were headed for a 4 percent increase this year, according to a survey released yesterday.
But often the advice they receive is not truly objective, found another survey, released last week.