Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Fewer Americans using USPS this holiday season

Rasmussen Rports took a national telephone survey and found that 28 percent of  Americans are using USPS less this year.

Only 12 percent are using us more this holiday season. But most Americans (60%) say they are mailing about the same amount as always.

Men are slightly more likely than women to use USPS more this holiday season. And surprisingly, younger adults also are more likely to send items through the mail than their elders this year.

Read the full report here.

What do you think about these numbers? Does it reflect what you are seeing? Comment here.


Anonymous said...

i see a big increase in the use of the usps this year in my area. i am a driver for the usps and i have seen a increase in mail volume..

Anonymous said...

Totally inconvenient.
Consider them bothering my privacy.
# 2. Really question HOW this one conclusion was calculated.
# 3. Do enjoy surveys i can take on my own free time.
# 4. Am all for the USPS always :)
Hudson Station/RR17
Modesto, Ca.