Poll: 2016 Presidential Race Caused 7 Percent Of Voters To Lose FriendsA new survey from Monmouth University shows that seven percent of voters have lost or ended friendships over the 2016 Presidential Race.
Study: 29 Percent Of Illinois Residents Are ObeseA new state-by-state study has found Illinois just about in the middle of the pack when it comes to the percentage of the population that's obese.
Survey: Most Chicagoans Reluctant To Disconnect From Their PhoneAccording to a Bank of America survey, 73 percent of Chicago residents sleep with their smartphones, and 30 percent have fallen asleep with their phone in their hand. In addition, 38 percent said it’s the first thing they reach for in the morning, and 58 percent check their phone at least once an hour.
With Poll, Obama Foundation Hints At Library's Likely SiteThe foundation developing Barack Obama's future presidential library has commissioned polling in Chicago to determine whether residents support building it on the South Side, people close to the foundation said, in the clearest sign to date that the library likely will go to the University of Chicago.
Gary Survey Finds 6,300 Vacant Homes; 550 Vacant BusinessesThe city of Gary has completed a long project to survey the state of housing and other buildings, and found many are in very bad shape.
AAA: Many Motorists Have "Do As I Say, Not As I Do" Attitude Toward Risky DrivingA new survey has found a significant percentage of drivers taking chances on the road, even though they believe those kinds of behaviors are dangerous.
Survey: Homelessness, Hunger Rose In Chicago In 2013Homelessness and hunger rose slightly in Chicago in 2013, according to an annual survey by the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Chicago was one of 25 cities surveyed about demand for emergency services.
Alderman Says Preliminary Results Of Survey Split On Whether Or Not To Move Pride Parade DowntownThe alderman who conducted a survey on whether the gay pride parade should be moved says he has some very preliminary results.
Tunney Asks Residents If Pride Parade Should Move DowntownAfter saying he’s open to moving the annual Pride Parade out of Boystown, Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) has launched a survey to find out if the community would support moving the parade downtown.
Naperville Gets High Marks -- For SnobberyNaperville residents have a lot to be snobbish about if they choose. It’s pretty, with hundreds of magnificent homes on tree-lined streets; and the education and income levels are high. CBS 2's Mike Parker reports.
Catholics Divided On Direction For Church: SurveyCBS 2’s Mike Parker spoke with parishioners at Chicago’s Holy Name Cathedral about a new survey of Catholics.
Study: 80 Percent Satisified With Chicago Police Department