17 Burst results for "94 Percent"

"94 percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lcd scorecard the legal conservation voters every year measures on a series of votes taken by the house and senate who in their eyes has a good or bad environmental record in the senate republicans average one percent scores the house 5 percent for republicans on the democratic side 94 percent in the senate ninety three percent house the gap on environment between republicans and democrats has never been wider i'll well at so what else do you have for us this make others report done by epa this was started under obama cpa published in the american journal of public health it says that forty six states have air pollution problems affecting minorities african americans latinos native americans worse than whites are the only states that were that wasn't the case where virginia north dakota new mexico in maryland thinks like we did say that that to sit out every week annan since poets administrator at the epa there doesn't seem like that's about to change them now if anything focus on environmental justice may be going down in the trump administration and under uh administrator pruitt environmental justice is a term and a concept that's been out there since the 1980's it gets lip service sometimes it gets no real service as we've said before on this show and elsewhere you don't see waste dumpson refineries being built in beverly hills now deafening not what what else you have for us from the history books twenty years ago this week senator pat lay he a democrat from vermont proposed that lake champlain which sits between vermont new york state be added as the six great lake now why would he do this when champlain has only one twentieth the water volume of lake erie he did this this see if lake champlain could get see grant money from the federal see grant campaign then also services the great lakes laid ethic nls and i let lake champagne is not connected in.

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"94 percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A with a cpg or consumer consumer goods company and i think especially when you look at talent like engineers top sales people many of them want to join a business where they feel like the values of the organization aligned with their own they're looking for growth opportunities we call it a threepiece people purpose and path but they're looking for these things with in their employer and companies are starting to have to focus on their talent brand recruitment marketing and other elements of of really showcasing themselves and competing for talent in the open market my that's opening a really interesting set of opportunities for the businesses that are doing it well so look let me pushback a little bit on a phrase you said that quote my ear which is candidates want to work for a place that aligns with their values now theoretically that sounds wonderful but realistically you'd in the real world how significant a factor is that is this something that is genuine is it a function of a fairly fully employed workforce and the balance of power at least at this phases the cycle seems to have shifted to the employees or is this a permanent change in how employee's or potential employees get to behave can't i believe the change is permanent although you'll see it flex drunker and weaker as the economy cycles through a couple of data point i think a really interesting here so i deloitte recently did a millennial survey that indicated that forty four percent of millennials had turned down a job because they didn't like the values of the employer brand of the company that the job offer came from similarly in a survey about what what's important to you in life 94 percent of millennials indicated that meaningful work was a core component of what was satisifed them and this was a this was a believer wells fargo study and so when you look across the demographic their raising the expectations on employers and of course this isn't going to be a perfect alignment but i think even recently politically there's been a lot of talk about some of the chief executives withdrawing from various presidential advisory councils some of that has also been driven by internal employee groups and advocacy group standing up saying as employees these are our values and pushing their chief executives to take a stand.

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"94 percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A with a cpg or consumer consumer goods company and i think especially when you look at talent like engineers top sales people many of them want to join a business where they feel like the values of the organization aligned with their own they're looking for growth opportunities we call it a threepiece people purpose and path but they're looking for these things with in their employer and companies are starting to have to focus on their talent brand recruitment marketing and other elements of of really showcasing themselves and competing for talent in the open market might think that's opening a really interesting set of opportunities for the businesses that are doing it well so look levy push back a little bit on the phrase you serve the quote my ear which is candidates wanna work for a place aligns lines with their values now theoretically that sounds wonderful but realistically you in the real world how significant a factor is that is this something that is genuine is it a function of a fairly fully employed workforce and the balance of power at least at this phases the cycle seems to have shifted to the employees or is this a permanent change in how employee's or potential employees get to behave and i believe the change is permanent although you'll see it flex stronger and weaker as the economy cycles through a couple of data point i think a really interesting here so i deloitte recently to the millennial survey that indicated that forty four percent of millennials had turned down a job because they didn't like the values of the employer brand of the company that the job offer came from similarly in a survey about what what's important to you in life 94 percent of millennials indicated that meaningful work was a core component of what was satisfied and this was that this was a believer wells fargo study and so when you look across the demographic bear raising the expectations on employers and of course this isn't going to be a perfect alignment but i think even recently plane politically there's been a lot of talk about some of the chief executives withdrawing from various presidential advisory councils some of that has also been driven by internal employee groups and advocacy group standing up and saying as employees these are our values and pushing their chief executives to take a stand.

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"94 percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A with a cpg or consumer consumer goods company and i think especially when you look at talent like engineers top sales people many of them want to join a business where they feel like the values of the organization aligned with their own they're looking for growth opportunities we call it a threepiece people purpose and path but they're looking for these things with in their employer and companies are starting to have to focus on their talent brand recruitment marketing and other elements of of really showcasing themselves and competing for talent in the open market might i think that's opening a really interesting set of opportunities for the businesses that are doing it well so low levy push back a little bit on a phrase you said that caught my ear which is candidates want to work for a place that aligns with their values now theoretically that sounds wonderful but realistically in the real world how significant a factor is that is this something that is genuine is it a function of a fairly fully employed workforce and the balance of power at least at this phase of the cycle seems to have shifted to the employees or is this a permanent change in how employee's ease or potential employees get to behave can't i believe the change is permanent although you'll see it flex stronger and weaker as the economy cycles through a couple data point i think a really interesting here so i deloitte recently did a millennial survey that indicated that forty four percent of millennials had turned down a job because they didn't like the values of the employer brand of the company that the job offer came from similarly in a survey about what what's important to you in life 94 percent of millennials indicated that meaningful work was a core component of what was satisfied with them and this was a this was i believe a wells fargo study and so when you look across the demographic their raising the expectations on employers and of course this isn't going to be a perfect alignment but i think even recently in politically there's been a lot of talk about some of the chief executives withdrawing from various presidential advisory councils some of that has also been driven by internal employee groups and advocacy group standing up and saying as employees these are our values and pushing their chief executives to take us.

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"94 percent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Celebrating twenty five years all the ear of lewis is law holloway guard show last month the boj reported good ninety four percent of the non citizens in the bureau presence in other words dohrn federal prime are illegal aliens 94 percent i guess that's not that surprising but there it is what ports at least one in seven dacca illegal aliens would end up on medicaid following a amnesty that's from the cbo eight four four five hundred forty two forty two are you are you concerned about president trump's statements yesterday you think he's going to walk fold i don't i don't know why we're going to have a amnesty for for the dacca recipients under any circumstances and the and it's not only president trump i mean i said yesterday sooner grassley from iowa who was i think a great senator he's no one a really good job on this side doj fbi corruption investigation despite the diane feinstein his ranking minority member trying through wildly documents to what impede the.

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"94 percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"New tax plan was to bring back as much as four trillion dollars depending on who you listened to in uh overs you know money that sitting in overseas banks unproductive by and large back to the united states tech executive groups support the tax package because it promises a one time discounted tax rate of rip on the nature people estimated at three point six trillion that american businesses have accumulated over seize so we'll see how what the real behavior is end up potentially it could be a good thing but it is one group that will probably pay more in taxes than they have been paying so we will see it says here that ebay cisco alphabet slash google have had the lowest corporate effective corporate tax rates over the ten period 10year period that they studied in this study but some of these people have ridiculous amounts of cash for instance a microsoft a hundred thirty two billion dollars in offshore accounts apple 94 percent of apple's cash is off shore two hundred fifty two billion dollars so clearly it's a president trump and the congress her right to address the issue and we'll see what happens from there you may recall we had a conversation about persky which is one of the software up up producers and in the world and they are have been you know the weren't in the us for a long time and into showed up kind of in a lot of big box stores in some online situations in you know got some good reviews at various times but russian cyber security firm kaprisky labs has filed the suit against the united states saying that the department of homeland security must rescind its band on ca persky software in the united states now if you listen to the show for eleven years you know i've never recommended they're software for several different reasons but dhs on september thirteen ordered federal agencies to remove ca persky products from all computers because they were concerned about russian government interference they had seen ties between ca persky and corporate officials in russia i don't know that they ever really confirmed that there was any spying going on with this software but there was the opportunity clearly for malicious uh behavior the wall street journal reported in october that hackers suspected of working for the.

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"94 percent" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Overwhelmingly voted for jones ninety eight percent of black women and alabama followed by 94 percent of black men the majority of white men and women seventy two percent sixty three percent respectively voted for roy more the numbers echoed the outcome the outcome of the two thousand sixteen presidential race when black women overwhelmingly supported hillary clinton while the majority of white women voted for donald trump following the election black women was trending on twitter with people around the country thanking the democrat the demographic for working to a leg jones in alabama some black women on twitter suggested that the best way to thank black women for their work in politics is to vote for them when they run for public office minnesota lieutenant governor tina smith has been appointed by governor mark dayton this week to fill al franken's seat in the senate smith plans to run for this seat in these special election next year hoping to prove to her constituents that she has earned of the position and not just come upon it due to unusual circumstances franken whose departure comes on the heels of sexual assault allegations from several women fully supports smith appointment to take this position governor dayton credits her integrity professionalism an excellent interpersonal skills as qualities that make her an ideal candidate having worked as a political operative and vp for public affairs in the state's planned parenthood smith attributes her positive reception to young women who are becoming a more politically active and in volved in issue's important to them smith will be joining senator amy kloba car as the second female senator in minnesota's history.

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"94 percent" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"But he was very like sort of family friendly up until that point and also fucking murdering the shit are these mermaids in his funny in almost everything with lucy ends girlfriend like the richer girl was really weird i thought every seen involving her they need like purposely awkward in was agreed to rains i guess i've been saying that aim aren't such one now that you say it's youngest lucy as a good is is the real estate guy the guy the estate project guy who tries to reclaim the see than is the girlfriend of the mirwais i complete fuck that upto holiday stayed up a lot is basically the plot to you've got male i'll tell you what did this this movie kinda convinces the chinese to take a little bit better care of like the environment than i am all in my question in the beginning of the movie it doesn't just start off with that seen in the museum it starts up with very brutal environmental like propaganda footage like it's like seals being slaughtered like yeah that's what i thought like is there's like an environmental propaganda vibe to the movie and he survived because he is killed by his like his see her organization girlfriend who doesn't want him dating the mermaid and wants to keep destroying everything in the sea he gets shot multiple times with spears through his chest and he survives at the end of the movie and he's dating the mermaid all of a sudden these like retired and you'd like donate thought was muddied alike fund the environment it gets crazy thought a nowhere but yeah i jacks that it's one of the walls movies i've ever seen it's a 94 percent around tomatoes 94 percent yeah you're not funny by the way ism i realized the movie that i referenced in our kilty pleasures list kungfu hustle direct.

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"94 percent" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on Here & Now

"And good at night the passage of question to is also a win for the state's hospitals more than half are in the red according to the main hospital association spokesman jeff austin says hospitals also provide more than one hundred million dollars a year in charity care expanding coverage will restore some fiscal health he says and give doctors and nurses more options to treat their formerly uninsured patients the richest avenues of care that open up uh when you see a patient from recommending a prescription drug or seeing a counselor in of dorsett were closed previously uh will now be open the federal government will kick in 94 percent of the cost of medicaid expansion in two thousand eighteen that lowers to ninety percent by 2020 the state office of fiscal and program review estimates it will bring in five hundred million federal dollars a year a deal that question to supporters say maine couldn't refuse but opponents including brent littlefield of the welfaretowork pack point to the state cost which is projected to be about fifty million dollars a year which would have to somehow come up with the money for this large government expansion there is no money here to pay for that so uh the legislature would have to ask them so how can we pay for this likely result hot uh or white of course with tax increases medicaid expansion will now be in the hands of the legislature which changed delayed or overturned four ballot initiatives that mean voters passed last year but robin merrill says she's confident that lawmakers will implement medicaid expansion quickly after all she says they've passed it five times before for here and now i'm patty white in this domain.

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"94 percent" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on WDRC

"You can also find it on my website at lars larson dot com was the timing of the manafort charges political i would say yes to that in fact i and i know we're not going to get too many no votes on in friday's quick ball we asked you should major media put as much energy into the hillary russia uranium story as has been putting into the trump russia collusion stories 94 percent of you join me in voting yes and only six percent of you voted 'no on that let's go to the phones now cameras on the lawn hm or a welcome to the program what's on your mind all right now and hey hey hot and anthony at airtight get rid of the uk the elderly and it it very detailed all hold on donald dewar you think you're donald trump saying he was trying to get rid of social security for the elderly america the cupit somebody trying to get rid of it mm and that that hit walk two blocks from donald trump always promised during the campaign to protect social security for americans to right now to appeal the new he'll be cold economic public i probably i holly audit up and i'm i'm not a home uh i i look he might cable and the people that a home big hitting oakley and they buy their done that in the light loop to eat i hit it into anthony by beca water chairman die i know the scam can you tone a you're on social security through disability or you're on social security because of age i already now what is your disability that you can't work all i had i had that mentally ill hit it event knee plan and at eighty eight in out on a lot of people without my stepson as they age so what can you not can you not work any job i quite a what pipeline in color like a begi in my mind walton all imitation because i thought that an air now i understand that as well temer thank you very much i.

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"94 percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They'll do they'll give though lee need their way into the hotel suite where they discovered steven paddock dead on the floor surrounded by spent ammunition police found 23 guns and rifles along with twelve bumps stocks devices added to semiautomatic guns that allow rapid firing like fully automatic weapons in trouble be visiting las vegas wednesday it'll be the first time you'll have to deal with the tragic aftermath of a mass shooting tuesday mr trump was in puerto rico surveying storm damage and giving high march to the federal relief effort president trump seemed unaware that 94 percent of the island is still without power he handed out supplies like prizes lobbing paper towels into the crowd added he has flanked by the first lady mr trump toured the san juan suburb of white nabo we're going to help you out thank you have a genetic the trump administration has been criticized for a slow response following hurricane maria but the president awarded himself an a plus and congratulated local officials on the relatively low death toll compared to what he called a real catastrophe like katrina correspondent david begg no hurricane katrina was blamed for more than eighteen hundred deaths the death toll from maria in puerto rico hit 34 tuesday his nickname may be mad dog defense secretary james mattis has taken a more diplomatic approach to the obama iran weapons deal adage telling a congressional hearing tuesday the us should remain in that deal in the absence of any evidence that iran is violated the terms if we can confirm that iran living living by the agreement if we can determine that this is in our best and chris then clearly we should stay with it and president trump is called that agreement the worst deal ever negotiated by the united states a us expelled fifteen cuban diplomats from the country's embassy in washington tuesday after withdrawing anoth we're of americans from the us embassy in havana amid that mysterious illness cbs's steve dorsey secretary of state rex tillerson says the decision was made because cuba failed to take measures to protect us diplomats tillerson says the order will ensure equity between embassies in both countries after the us ordered most of its personnel to depart cuba the cuban embassy officials have seven days to leave the country on wall street the dow gaining eighty four to twenty two thousand six forty one.

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"94 percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The wake of twenty eight presidential election uh 94 percent of black women voted for hillary clinton eighty two eighty percent of black men did the fan and yet the democrats are saying how do we get the tump thought are what do we do about the white working class that here seeking nick allusive trump voter instead of really doubling down what they already have support and making sure that are actually speaking to the needs that the people who who do not think that uh who who already apply and said it uh you know their barracks chief bowed when they could be making sure that they really speak to the needs of the fact that they already have and making sure to keep those folks in duluth them there's a poll that came out recently the the great article recently about it an athens blackwell news roundtable poll that in pointed out that abenina letting the sat and dropped decline from last year and the percentage of black woman who believed that the term democrat trafficking an threat that that that should be of concern to the democrats you know are they going to lead the people that they've been able to count on because it's so good each equal weight trump but don't complaints about voter id laws and gerrymandering play into this discussion because so often uh they are specifically tied to race that's absolutely right and that's another thing that came up as i do these uh feeling organizers moving lyon lyon's electronic pocket faye said yes we're interested in finding new candidate who weapons that are.

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"94 percent" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"In a 94 percent fat free and made at facilities powered by 4000 solar panels god shawls turkey bacon uh okay i want to check the validity on this story but somebody sent it to me yesterday and on the surface it appeared to be legit of so it's suspect we'll just because of how outrageous it all right of the importance of this fbi agents made an astonishing discovery well executing a search warrant at the residence of a houston mortician and they found three thousand one hundred and seven gate embalmed human penises hm it sounds a little hard to believe doesn't it you know it even you find out it's not true never tell us okay the federal bureau of investigation suspected 54 your what can i say i love penises dave murray an employee of the harris county morgue of being implicated in an organ trafficking network but he deal specifically with pena said i only deal and paying off sargis penises kidneys i don't have those investigating several report let me look at the warehouse missing oregon's and body parts dozens of agents raided his residents hoping to find the evidence of his involvement of the crimes army sorry do the black ones move immediately i've got a lot of caucasians the whole bunch of asians what they found on the site was a lot more disturbing than what they expect as the fbi spokesman any ramirez described the scene coordinator ramirez the accused rapidly confessed everything as soon as he was arrested and nick just pulled it up in its false i did enjoy googling in bomb human penises yeah okay uh but anyhow i that's no it's true it's real in happened my own kohl told me i put it in my file and amid to check it but you hate the caveat you said it's quite possibly untrue before i came on the air aand i i had a feeling because it wasn't in the you know it was like on tv news or anything like that probably would have been uh they're moving along to some legit stuff here or so we believe it was not enough for florida woman to have an affair with her daughter's husband but she had to try and kill him as well kathleen regina.

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"94 percent" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Black women in politics and i think it's an important discussion because we know that black women are the democratic party's most loyal constituency i'm not making this up in 2016 the presidential election for example 94 percent of black women voted for the democratic nominee hillary clinton this is courses in con tries to white women who gave donald trump fifty three percent of their both of their vote and despite though black women's loyal and essential support some would argue that they do not receive the commensurate consideration within the democratic party's agenda and that black women do not receive adequate support from the democratic day party when they do run for elected office or seek influential positions within the party of course folks who have been following us since may in earlier it a rations of this show i referred to this phenomenon as a emma put this and quotes philanthropic voting so in other words black woman essentially donating votes to a democratic party liking either the intention or wherewithal to pay them back with policy or positional power and i can go on and on about this but today we are fortunate to be joined by a black woman who understands this intimately and is one of those black women in as a one of those black women who is a democratic leader who is turning the resistance that we're talking about in this trump rounder rahm era she is turning the resistance into real policy of course folks who may not.

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"94 percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Uh 94 percent of crashes that happened nationwide are due to drive a rare and it's a matter of making sure that drivers of any age are aware of how focus they need to be and uh to stay away from both distractions impairment and these are the kinds of things that uh we're focusing on with uh team drivers in for years uh we've worked with police department said ah and with the school districts uh for things like the problem promise send uh letting team drivers know that uh it's just not why is too well first of all of their age to consume alcohol to begin with but also to uh to that follow that up by getting behind the wheel of a car you're endangering yourself and an and everyone around you at that point so that message fortunately seems to have been getting through there's uh we we now have a culture where it's uh no longer acceptable to them along great kids will be kids kind of thing and you know uh almost seen as a rite of passage as it may have been done in previous generations uh for kids to go out and enjoy a problem or graduation party and consume alcohol and give behind the wheel of a car that has as uh significantly declined over the years uh but we're still facing issues with distracted driving and whether that distraction is uh through an electronic device orange were finding met each times it's having just a friend in the car uh one of the top uh distractions that we're seeing in a lot of these uh crashes is simply having a friend in the car that they're talking to and not paying attention to the road um and uh uh of seized um here is nearly six out of ten team crashes uh it was distraction that played a key role the top distractions your teams include talking to other passengers in a vehicle uh as well as using their device so that's something that if we just come they die part uh and we understand what it's like for uh a teenager to get there since the exploring and have their freedom to get out on the road and then of course aaa was founded as a club that encouraged drivers to go out and enjoy uh just the the fun aspects of of.

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"94 percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"To uh avoided show you'll always crashes or voidable of 94 percent of of crashes but happened nationwide are due to driver error it it's matter making sure that drivers of any age are aware of how focus needed to be and on to stay away from both distraction impairment and these are the kinds of things that uh were focused on with uh jean growth version for years uh we've worked with police department said and what was called us uh for like the prom promised sound uh leading the king drivers know that uh it's just not why is to while i was very good consume alcohol to begin with but also to uh to the followed that up by getting behind the wheel the car you're endangering yourself and everywhere where around you at that point so that message fortunately seems to have been getting were sure we we now have a culture where it uh no longer acceptable to long grigg kids will be kind of thing you know of of traffic i should have been done in previous generation of for kids to go out and enjoy krahmer graduation party and consume alcohol and get behind the wheel of a car that has a significantly declined over the years uh but we're still facing issues with distracted driving at wasn't that distraction is of poor eletronic device orange were fighting many times with having just pardoned in the heart of one of the top uh distraction that we're seeing in a lot of these uh crashes is simply have a friend in the card of they're torquing tuneup paying attention to the road um in uh uh there is nearly six out of game crashes uh it was distraction that played a key role the top discharged deemed include talking to other passengers in a vehicle on as well as you device so that something that if we just got part uh and we understand what it's like for a teenager too to get their licence six boring and have their freedom to get out on the road and then of course aaa was founded as a club that encouraged drivers to go out and enjoy just for.

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"94 percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"94 percent" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Uh 94 percent of of crashes that happened nationwide are due to drive away rare and it's a matter of making sure that drivers of any age are aware of how focus they need to be and uh to stay away from both distractions impairment and these are the kinds of things that uh we're focusing on with a team drivers and for years uh we've worked with police department's and uh and with the school districts uh for things like the pom promise and uh leading the team drivers know that uh it's just not wise to well first of all of their age to consume alcohol to begin with but also to uh to that follow that up by getting behind the wheel of a car you're endangering yourself and and everyone around you at that point so that message fortunately seems to have been getting through there's uh we we now have a culture where it's uh no longer acceptable to them along grade kids will be it's kind of thing and yeah oh uh pass it may have been done in previous generations uh for kids to go out and enjoy a problem or graduation party and consume alcohol and give behind the wheel of a car that has as uh significantly declined over the years uh but we're still facing issues with distracted driving and whether that distraction is uh through an electron iq device orange were fighting many times it's having just a friend in the car uh one of the top uh distractions that we're seeing in a lot of these uh crashes is simply having a friend in the car they're talking to not paying attention to the road um and uh uh of see he's um here is nearly six out of ten team crashes uh it was distraction that played a key role the top distractions for teams include talking w passengers in a vehicle uh as well as using their device so that's something that if we just many that part uh and we understand what it's like for a teenager to get their licence exploring and have their freedom to get out on the road and then of course aaa was founded as a club that encouraged drivers to go out and enjoy uh just the the fun aspects of of.

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