35 Burst results for "Forty Six Percent"

Tyler Jordan On How To Advertise In A Down Market

The $100 MBA Show

08:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Tyler Jordan On How To Advertise In A Down Market

"Today's guest teacher Tyler Jordan is the founder of Jordan digital marketing and he's been helping entrepreneurs get out there for years. His Digital Marketing Agency is focused on getting people, new clients, new leads through Google ads, facebook ads, Lincoln, facebook Instagram, you name it. This is why I'm so excited to have him here today as a guest teacher because we're GONNA get some. Free Consulting. This is a really good lesson on the importance of paid advertising right now in growing your business. Even if you have a small budget that small budget can go a long way right now and you should not miss this opportunity tyler Jordan's GonNa, teach you pass it onto him. Now, we'll be back with my takeaways to wrap up the episode, but for now, takeaway? Tyler Everyone, this is tyler. Over Jordan digital marketing. We've put together a six point plan for how to run paid acquisition marketing. Even in the midst of pandemic, the world has profoundly changed over the last two months. People are staying home at a drastically higher rate even as things start to open up even with restrictions being lifted fewer people are going to go out pure people are going to restaurants a lot fewer people are going to be commuting twitter square are two of the biggest companies to announce new work from home policies that. Allow people to work from home indefinitely in a recent Gallup poll more than fifty percent of Americans said they'd like to continue to work from home even after the restrictions are lifted, that means fewer people commuting, which means fewer people listening to radio listening to streaming services, seeing billboards or out of home media. So outdoor marketing opportunities have all but dried up, but it also means that there's a ton more people sitting in their houses searching and scrolling all day long in front of their computers. This leaves a huge opportunity for those who. Are Willing to take it. We've seen massive pullbacks and marking spin, but the people who have stayed the course with their digital spend are seeing major benefits. We've put together a six point plan to explain how you can restart or improve on your current paid marketing strategies. The first point businesses down right now, but it's not going to be gone forever this also down for everyone a lot of people have pulled spin really dramatically if you have the money to continue advertising, this is the time for you to take over your space. Even if your product is dependent on people being out and about you can spend this time to position yourself for the rebound when business comes back those who spend the time and money to stay in front of people right now will continue to be in their consideration set those who poll their marketing will be lost and forgotten, and right now CPM's CPC's are at all time lows in March. The average see pm in the United States fellow three dollars for the first time in two years and the lowest amount globally ever they've increased. About four dollars since then but that's still thirty percent cheaper than what they were towards the end of February. The second point think about the channels you running billboard. Or dead print is struggling in has been struggling for a while TV is hot right now because everybody's took it home and digital is is pure fire right now even as things open up their millions of more people staying home and scrolling their timelines searching from their phones than normal, we're getting finally to see the true capability of the Internet during his time, which is weirdly exciting. NETFLIX's who lives social feeds and Youtube are quickly becoming the go-to entertainment sources for the vast majority of America. If your business typically relies on out of home media or events, look into Ott, youtube bands, and think about runs video on facebook. The third point we'd like to make is think about Tom don't forget the situation that people are facing right now but also try not to be overly cliche. The number of companies that are talking about navigating these uncertain times ridden risen by an astronomical amount you need to care and be mindful of the situation, but don't default to being too scared to have a real message. Make sure you're still telling people who you are and what you do if you can share the story of how your business is helping in the. Current situation or how the company is making changes to ensure that things remain safe when life goes back to normal the goal here is to remain top of mind for your ideal customer segment because if you don't someone else will we have an education based client advertising Kobe coming resources guide as a way to fill the top of the funnel for when their program starts. Gets back to normal. They're gonNA have thousands of new leads in their crm that they can go and attack right away they in cost relieves right now dropped to less than half of their normal rate, and while they're not converting any users right now, they're perfectly set up for the rebound. The fourth point, the noise has been cleared out. CPM's are lower than ever, but that's because no one else has advertising. So that means you have an opportunity to own the conversation personally I've only seen masterclass ads on youtube for like the last two months and I, actually finally just signed up to learn how to cook Mexican food. David able to own the airwaves because so many people have been scared and pulled out of the market. We've seen this sort of result, a lot of times from companies that we work with two. We've seen one of our fintech clients had a sixty five percent increase in conversions with only a thirty, five percent increase in spend on their top competitor campaigns during lockdown their competition pulled back and they stayed strong and stay true to their paid strategy, and they're reaping the benefits for another client of ours has been able to see a sixty one point five percent jump in numbering conversions even after social distancing quarantining started to happen, they've only increased spend about forty six percent. Outside jump in nombre and conversions, versus the spend they put forward simply because there's fewer people in the space another client was able to see a sixty one percents jump in non brand conversions after stay home orders and social distancing. They've only put together a forty five percent increase in spencer seeing outside his jump in overall conversions. The benefit here is that the audience that you're getting in front of right now is one that has more time on his hand and his testing out more tools during their downtime. So people who are getting in front of them are having an opportunity to get leads that maybe wouldn't be so to jump on a demo or get on a call with you. But if you're able to continue to spend that money and own your niche, you have a really unique opportunity to get in front of more of the right people and it might not pay off right now but it will pay off when business starts to get back to normal. And this brings us to our fifth point people are shopping around dramatically more people have more time on their hands. Money needs a stretch further. So people are taking the time to test out multiple different tools whereas they used to just focus in on one and do the easiest thing we're seeing a lot of people sign up for leads, download content and request demos in the SAS face embedded these space, and it's our job to go capture that interest. We're also seeing a lot of people buying a lot more on e commerce sites because they're stuck at home and they need fix their shopping addiction anyway. So we're seeing a lot of huge increases in ECON sector as well. If you're running an ECOMMERCE site, the best place for you to go and find that traffic and convert those users is GonNa be through digital through search social and display. So make sure that you're getting out there in front of people with the right message and using right audience the sixth and. Final point is one that we harp on regularly all of our audits and that's you need to speak to people at different stages of the funnel. Differently this is important at all times the year but especially right now, make sure that you're using the right tone to introduce yourself to new customers be a little bit more mindful of the situation those interactions but once you've introduced yourself, make sure that you let them know why you're different and why they should go with you over the other companies are shopping around with. Once they become accustomed to make sure that you asked her promote you to their friends. One of the big ways that people find business normally is they ask their friends recommendations. So if you can facilitate that with paid marketing that'll put you in a position right now with all your new customers that you bring in today to really allow that to snowball on top of itself. Once the economy starts and things start to get back to normal.

Tyler Jordan Facebook Jordan Digital Youtube Digital Marketing Agency Kobe United States Founder Google Netflix OTT TOM David Spencer America Lincoln
How to 10x Conversions on Your Order Form

Marketing School

03:27 min | 3 weeks ago

How to 10x Conversions on Your Order Form

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today or go to talk about how to ten x conversions on your order form. So what do we mean by order for him first and foremost Neil order form sting bite your checkout process whether you're selling ecommerce products or even assassin description it doesn't matter what you're selling your order form isn't where someone Azam's their car or picks a plan if you're in software it's more. So they're on the page where they're putting in their credit card details that paid they're clicking charge me or start my free trial or that page when they're cooking on complete order a complete checkout whatever it may be that's. What we mean by order form. So the first recommendation I have for you, I had a guy on the podcast last week. His name is guy has is his guy. He runs a company called Intel Mayes and he was just telling me across his platform, their personalization platform. They do a lot more than that but overall forty, six percent lift in conversions and what they do. For example, let's say you're trying to buy a dress and Yulon order form. So for example, let's Neil. Nine both women. All right. Maybe I'm Chinese and they think I like red dresses or whatever I just making things up right now but the keeping this at your persona and they'll be like, hey, that. Just looks really good on you or maybe that just looks beautiful on your right little language like that I'm making it super simple right now but they can hyper optimized for each person. The key takeaway here's you need US televised. That's an extreme example where if you have a lot of money you spend on that but if you're able to personalise on the order form, you are able to lift conversions even a little bit. I'm just giving an extreme example and then the other thing you can do all the little small tweaks from testimonials to having logos to testing the copy like start my free trial or anything benefit based like if I sell a premium version uber suggests. I. May End up trying out call to actions I get started or more. So related to the product like grow my traffic or boost my rankings, things like that. So little tweaks what you'll end up finding as they can really drastically make a big difference in your conversions if you add them up and those on the free trial badges, money back guarantee badges if you add a lot of them up and you can check out just look at the big companies that have checkout pages or order forms look at some of the things that they include you get ideas from there. You can also get a lot of ideas from conversion accelerate the excel dot com as well as conversion rate experts. And one other thing you can do, you can use a tool like often monster you can put an exit pop up on the order form page. So if they're about to abandoned while you might as well try to pick that abandoned up because they're about to leave. So simple enough to do one key thing is I think with a lot of pages you start to see a lot of bloat on one sites 'cause you're listening. To this podcast, we're always talking about new tools and a lot of these tools require you to add pixels of the site but that bogs down you want to make sure your checkout page is not bogging people down as if it's really slow as bad experience for people, they are gonNA leave just because you have all the bells and whistles it's good for you but not necessarily good for conversions at the end of the day. And look at your competitor is the ones that are also begging that'll give ideas of what's working for them on their order foams. Well, yeah. Just to go a little deeper on the conversion xl recommendation for Neil. So they actually have a lot of examples of order

Neil Patel Azam Marketing School Intel Mayes Eric Su Yulon
The Indicator checks in on our junk bond named Becky

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:32 min | Last month

The Indicator checks in on our junk bond named Becky

"Back in December, which, of course seems like a lifetime ago we the indicator made an investment. You might remember that was my Christmas present was your Christmas present we bought a junk bond. But you wanted this actually. Says only as you would wanNA junk bond, but we should explain what a junk bond is. So a junk bond is like a little loan that you give company. If you buy a bond, you're essentially blending the company or or the government. You can buy government bond to your lending the money, and eventually you get paid back with some interests them little extra yet and how much interest well, that kind of depends. So. If the company is in great financial shape, then they don't have to pay too much interest because there is not that much real risk to lending that company money. But at the company's a little shaky, not doing too great. Then they have to pay more interest because lending them money is risky. It's sort of like lending money to you know you're flaky friend or something where it's like, Hey, flaky friend who? Can you spot me for dinner? Yeah and like if you're give that person money you Kinda WanNa reward for taking on that risk. So yeah, that's a junk pot. Yes. So when companies have a lot of debt or are in shaky financial shape, they have to pay a lot of interest on their bonds and those bonds are called yield bonds or in the more fun term junk bonds Y- like your junk friends. Oh Yeah. Well that far. there's bad news about junk bonds though which is that they are riskier than other kinds of bonds and the company that you are lending money to is not considered a super safe bet the good news though they pay a lot of interest also good news they're relatively affordable mean bonds in general are pretty expensive like thousands of dollars per bond it's big money and the indicator we are on a budget. So we bought the cheapest bond that we could find and it was. For a company called hornbeck offshore services, this is a family run company out of Louisiana and Hornbeck is an oil services company and has all these big ships and they bring supplies and equipment to drilling rigs way out in the ocean. So we bought to bonds the absolute minimum for total cost of about six hundred dollars, and we named the Bond Becky for Hornbeck, and we called the bond becky with the good yield because the interest rate on our bond was huge also beyond say. He better. Caldbeck you with the good. and. Just to give you some context, a government bond back at the time back in December treasury notes the yield. As they call, it would be about one percents. One little over one percent the yield on becky hundred and forty six percents. That is a good yields. So we bought our bonds and we sat back and we waited for the money to roll in the sweet sweet money or not. When I first heard that you purchased Hornbeck I was honestly kind of scared for you. This is clear. Boston covers the bond market for Bloomberg way back when you did that it was pre-coded at the company was already having some serious struggles and Had started to do things that looked like perhaps it was going to file for bankruptcy. Then of course, like the world fell apart in couvet happened and we kind of forgot about back I did stop paying attention. Yes and so now I have some updates for you I checked in on becky feeling this day was coming. Yes. Okay. So I update Hornbeck is bankrupt. Yeah. That's very sad. I actually tried not to look up Hornbeck. Did come across my screen at one point. So I, I knew it I just didn't want to know what it meant for. So I've avoided looking too much into it. I mean in a Lotta ways it's not that surprising over the last six months thousands of US companies have filed for bankruptcy. It has been a really brutal time. Yeah, and I mean. Hornbeck I remember was struggling before the covid pandemic came along already couldn't pay its debts back then yes. So hornbeck declared bankruptcy but you know even if a company declared bankruptcy, if you have a bond, you will typically get paid back in the bankruptcy settlement right at least in part. So you know we're not necessarily in terrible shape I asked Claire. Okay. Please look into this for us. Tell us what happened to Becky. So I am inert I pulled the restructuring plan out of the bankruptcy documents and they will not learn summit. Yes. Would they say give the new like like do you want the good news or the bad news because actually I think it's it's actually mostly bad unfortunately. Okay okay. But but that means there is some good

Hornbeck Becky United States Couvet Louisiana Boston Bloomberg Claire
Music podcast celebrates Indias neighbours

podnews

02:59 min | Last month

Music podcast celebrates Indias neighbours

"Iheartmedia the owner of Heart Radio says that it's podcast revenue grew one hundred and three percents here on Aaron. Quarter to the total digital revenue is ninety three million dollars unique podcast listeners group I thirty percent here on downloads grew by sixty two percent revenue for the quarter across the company however was down by forty-six percents complain the pandemic for that. You can read a full quite from Bob Pittman talking about exclusive whether they're a good idea or not in podcasting our show notes and our newsletter today. On track has published its top US publishers list for July Two Thousand Twenty Iheart is now number one for unique monthly audience in the US as well as global downloads beating NPR in both rankings. ABC is now measured alongside ESPN. The rancor only measures participating publishers. An SEC filing states that lip since former CEO Christopher Spencer who resigned on July thirty first will continue to be paid until the end of this year, he ends four hundred thousand dollars. He'll get a bonus of one, hundred, seventy seven, thousand dollars in early January he'll van to hundred and fifteen thousand dollars a year for his role is senior adviser until the end of February twenty, twenty three for which he'll have to work a maximum of eight hours a month. Lipson will also pay spencer four million dollars to buy back shares that he holds. The Board of lips includes those who last year criticized the company for outsized executive pay I'd like to say something sarcastic here. Row Quarter highlights a surge in tippety around sports podcasts. What's happening in House sports? PODCASTERS can take advantage the pre events for the fest global. Summits Twenty Twenty have been happening all week we linked to a bunch of recordings today. Dearest is a new exclusive podcast on spotify in Indonesian. It focuses on letters written and read by writers, musicians and actors, and it's made by Journalism podcast company K B our prime and a number of additional podcast hosts. Now, allowing you to submit your podcasts to the yet to be launched Amazon music and audible podcasts service some people are giving you a backstage link it works for anyone on any Host by the way. Welcome to a special episode of our humble indie music podcast made an India India Center seventy, three years of independence next week. But India's Music Indie podcast made in India. Wants to remind us that I, love for music isn't defined by geographic boundaries it'll produce three shows focusing on music from India's neighbors and the cat returns to audio with a new weekly podcast from the Vox media podcast network avery truthful man is host leading an ensemble voices engaged in the conversations that matter most to women and those who loved them. It returns on August nineteen

Ceo Christopher Spencer Summits Twenty Twenty India India India Center United States Heart Radio Bob Pittman ABC Aaron SEC Vox Media NPR Spotify Senior Adviser Espn Executive Lipson Amazon K B
Changes in thinking about blood pressure

Second Opinion

03:24 min | 2 months ago

Changes in thinking about blood pressure

"Or high blood pressure is a common condition. It's the most common reason that adults visit their doctor's office. There is considerable debate about what constitutes normal blood pressure, and depending on whose data is cited roughly half the people with high blood pressure. Do not have adequate blood pressure control, but in part this is because in 2017, the American Heart Association lowered the threshold for. For what defines hypertension from one forty over ninety to one thirty over eighty before the new definition, thirty percent of Americans had high blood pressure after the new definition, the number jumped to forty six percent, the same population of people, just a new definition of what constitutes the disease. This is an additional thirty. One Million Americans labeled as diseased for a total of one hundred and three million Americans with high blood pressure. It used to be that the ideal blood pressure was simply the average of all adult blood pressure's, but then came autopsy studies of soldiers who died in the Korean War those revealed that about two-thirds of these young Americans already had early signs of heart disease. Then the Framingham study revealed that there was an association between elevated blood pressure and heart disease, and then came studies showing that if you lowered blood pressure, you also lowered the risk of heart disease, and that sort of where we are today. Hypertension is more common in older people compare to younger people, which brings me to an interesting article published in Jama. The so-called optimize study included only people older than eighty who were being treated for high blood pressure with at least two different medications. We know that older people who take more than one blood, pressure, medicine, or prone to dizziness and falls and other side effects, so do these people really need this cocktail of different high blood pressure pills, so these researchers asked when people stopped taking one blood pressure medicine did they have dangerous increases in blood pressure? Half of the group had one medication de prescribed in other words discontinued the other continued on with their usual medications. They were followed for about three months for those who had one medication stopped. It turned out that eighty six percent of the patients blood pressure remained under control now in contrast, eighty eight percent of people who had no changes made to their blood pressure also had their blood pressure under control, so there really was no difference between the two groups. The study lasted only three months, which is too short to see if the changes in the drugs had any impact on the length of life or the quality of life, but reducing unnecessary, second or third blood pressure medications may both decrease dangerous side effects, which can lead to decrease, falls and fractures and head injuries and reduce the cost of medications for the elderly.

Elevated Blood Pressure American Heart Association Jama
As protests rage, more Democrats want Biden to pick woman of color as VP

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

As protests rage, more Democrats want Biden to pick woman of color as VP

"The nationwide protests over racism and police brutality are having an effect on how Democrats feel about who should be the running mate person to be nominee Joe Biden a new politico morning consult poll of two thousand people shows forty six percent of Democrats say it's important that Biden pick a vice presidential candidate of color that's up from thirty six percent in early April the poll has a margin of error of plus or minus two points Biden has promised to choose a woman as his

Joe Biden Politico
How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Sleep

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

03:43 min | 3 months ago

How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Sleep

"According to preliminary results of a study of sixteen hundred people from sixty countries, forty six percents of people reported poor sleep during the pandemic. That's up from just twenty five percent before the pandemic insomnia and vivid weird dreams, both caused by the increased stress of the time we're living through has been evident anecdotally and as indicated by a fourteen percent uptick in sleep. Medication Prescriptions Melatonin sales in over the counter supplement for the natural hormone that induces sleepiness are up forty four percents. Philip Musket a professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center said he's avoiding prescribing medications to patients preferring to offer sleep hygiene tips. He's seen that actually staying asleep is the biggest problem for most people and says some of the primary factors causing that is that people are lacking in structure and exercise. Stain active can help you sleep more soundly and boost your immune system Dr Musk's also advises sticking to a regular sleep schedule and avoiding naps during the day. The good news according to Kathy Goldstein physician at the University of Michigan and an associate professor of neurology at the Schools Sleep Disorders Center is that what most people are experiencing is acute insomnia or quitting the Wall Street Journal having difficulty for or staying asleep a few times a week for three months or less and quotes, the third of people will experience acute insomnia at some point in their lives usually caused by some stressor. stressor in their life like say a pandemic the key doctor. Goldstein says though is not letting the issue. Become a chronic one quote. It's important to avoid associating your bed or bedroom with a place where you were awake. Experts recommend that if you can't fall asleep or wake up in the middle of the night and are unable to go back to sleep after twenty minutes get out of bed and do something, relaxing and quotes. Natasha Bouillon a Phoenix based family physician at one medical, says most people's sleep problems right now either stem from a lack of normal schedule or general anxiety about the pandemic. Some tips she recommends mindfulness through meditation, exercise or cognitive behavioral therapy. To maintain a consistent sleep schedule, turn devices off an hour before going to sleep and make your sleeping space a device free zone, consider even ditching your smartphones alarm and getting an actual alarm clock, as for anyone, experiencing vivid dreams or nightmares Melinda Jackson, a senior lecturer at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health at Monash University in Melbourne, says quote. During Times of stress, there's a release of narrow chemicals that can trigger these vivid dreams and nightmares in some people end quotes. And, Dearly Barrett a dream researcher at Harvard Medical School notes that waking up frequently throughout the night can also cause people to remember their dreams better. Contribute to the sense that your dreams are more vivid than usual. guardless of how? Your sleep has been disrupted. Or why here are a few more sleep? Hygiene tips to leave with quoting the Wall Street Journal eat at regular times than snacking day. Avoid, napping or compensating for poor night of sleep by going to bed, unusually early limit caffeine and avoid alcohol avoid electronic devices one to two hours before going to sleep, but if you do use a blue light filter and try to look at content that is not stressful. Get Bright Light in the morning. Try to find a workspace that isn't in your bedroom and stop working at a specific our and make time for relaxing activities end quote.

Schools Sleep Disorders Center Philip Musket Wall Street Journal Natasha Bouillon Kathy Goldstein Melatonin Columbia University Medical Ce Associate Professor Of Neurolo Professor Of Psychiatry Harvard Medical School Dr Musk University Of Michigan Dearly Barrett Caffeine Phoenix Melinda Jackson Family Physician
Ferguson elects its first black and first woman mayor

Total Information AM

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Ferguson elects its first black and first woman mayor

"Ferguson is getting a new leader voters elected councilwoman Ella Jones to be the next mayor of Ferguson she won with fifty four percent over councilwoman heather robin that's forty six percent Jones ran a campaign based on inclusion so replace incumbent James Knowles is that the term limit and still become the town's first woman and first

Ferguson Ella Jones Heather Robin James Knowles
Poll finds Trump ahead of Biden in 15 battleground states

WZFG Programming

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Poll finds Trump ahead of Biden in 15 battleground states

"A CNN study conducted by C. S. R. S. has found that fifty one percent of national register voters back biting forty six percent behind trump this is a two percent drop for Biden since the Paul had a fifty three percent in April what the present is jump up by four percent the poll featured in over sampling of registered voters living in battleground states and the findings among that subset indicate the troubles leading Biden fifty two to forty five in the battleground states trump has the edge among male voters independents white people the Biden has a slight edge with women voters go figure even though several the post I'm a graphic findings fell within the margin of error the number is going to say the economy is still trump's biggest advantage since fifty four percent of voters think he would handle those types of issues better than buying new stands at forty two

C. S. R. S. Biden Paul CNN
Cuomo: Most new virus patients in N.Y. are at home, not working

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Cuomo: Most new virus patients in N.Y. are at home, not working

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo says most covert nineteen patients coming into New York hospitals are not working and not traveling daily and tend to be older than fifty years old the governor released a survey that found retirees accounted for thirty seven percent of hospitalizations during the survey period and another forty six percent one employed almost three quarters for fifty one years or

Andrew Cuomo New York
AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

"The corona virus outbreak is having a disproportionate effect on the health of people of color and now we'll poll finds the economic fallout is also hitting harder according to a recent survey from the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research sixty one percent of Hispanic Americans say they've experienced the loss of some household income that compares with forty six percent of Americans overall as for trouble meeting expenses thirty seven percent of Latinos and twenty seven percent of black Americans say they've been unable to pay at least one bill only seventeen percent of white Americans say the same one analyst at the economic policy institute says if U. S. policies don't address these racial disparities it's going to take much longer for these families to recover if they even recover I'm Jackie Quinn

Associated Press N. O. R. C. C Analyst Economic Policy Institute Jackie Quinn
AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Pandemic especially tough on people of color

"According to a recent survey from the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research sixty one percent of Hispanic Americans say they've experienced the loss of some household income that compares with forty six percent of Americans overall as for trouble meeting expenses thirty seven percent of Latinos and twenty seven percent of black Americans say they've been unable to pay at least one bill only seventeen percent of white Americans say the same one analyst at the economic policy institute says if U. S. policies don't address these racial disparities it's going to take much longer for these families to recover if they even recover I'm Jackie Quinn

Associated Press N. O. R. C. C Analyst Economic Policy Institute Jackie Quinn
Spotify continues to gain on Apple: even in California

podnews

04:06 min | 5 months ago

Spotify continues to gain on Apple: even in California

"The latest from our news at Pod News Dot net spotify is continuing to increase. Its hold on casting. In February spotify was more popular than apple podcasts. In Apple's home state of California that's according to new data from Fox Nest. Spotify is also continuing to shake apple in many countries including Ireland and Australia. According to the data and if you're interested based on global listeners and devices over the last sixty days pot news podcast. That's this you're listening to right. Now is fifty four percents apple. Forty six percents spotify says close. Pederson Research. Npr have released their smart audio report. Showing how smart speak is being used. Podcast get mentioned in the report by name that typically not listen to on spont- speakers to the data does show an increase in people who want the news from their smart speaker particularly over recent weeks forecast equipment manufacturer road have announced. The return of my road cast and annual podcasting competition. We're not one hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of broadcasting gear. You've got until mid June to enter. It looks like the Apple. Go slow issue that we reported on earlier. This week has been fixed. Apples second quarter results show a revenue increase in one percent year on year. In spite of the Corona Virus facebook announced it allows us to charge for facebook live events in future meanwhile digitally reports that facebook is a really cheap place to advertise right now. The media is called himself. The largest podcast network focused on strong female voices. Audiences has announced eight million dollars in funding from an investment company called magnet companies. And Are you a podcast? Editor Trades? Tanna Campbell says the podcast that is will need to grow in scope to something. He calls accountability as a service. Your value cannot be in guessing a task done. He says it has to be more than that. Changing Times means changing consumption. We linked to to people today. Who are working a bit differently. Josh Schwartz a podcast producer at wbz Wa highlights has changed working which appears to include sitting in a car near Ski Club Offers Free Internet. We've all done it and the BBC explains how things are working in broadcasting house in London. If you've ever done work with the BBC you won't be astonished that. Yes it does involve vegetate brilliant. Edison research says in a peek into their podcast consumer tracker during a recent results Web. In Our podcast listening is holding steady at about six and a half hours a week. Though news podcasts have had a significant increase in the past. Few months. Mcgowan A. I have a fancy new logo and also a free report into how corona virus has impacted podcast. Advertising changes in advertising spots had been minimal. The company says noting significance decline in the last week of March before jumping up again in April. Nielsen says that kids and teens are watching a lot more. Tv and streaming video and in the UK the Evening Standard the Telegraph and Lord of all of all pivoted to Corona Virus. Podcasts apiece in what's new publishing highlights. What they did at how they did it. And Infocomm Snooze Dream job. Ready is Nathan Dane Sharp Marketing Digital and communications expert. The POLKA seeks to help excite expire and ready the next generation of young professionals to get their dream job and it turns out that presidential races in the past where justice mad as the one we currently in. Nixon planted evidence. The first woman who ran for president in one thousand nine hundred seventy two did even before women could vote long. Shots launched yesterday with eight episodes focusing on eight candidates who've shapes where we are today and our amount overflowing apologies. If we're slow to respond. We hope to get through email over the weekend. If you've got any hints and tips on how to deal with email. Please tell us. Probably you know editor at news. Dot Net homeschooling hard. It turns out and plenty more and all the links in our newsletter subscribe potentates dot

Apple Spotify Facebook Tanna Campbell Editor Pod News Dot BBC California Dot Net NPR Fox Nest Pederson Research Josh Schwartz Nathan Dane Australia London UK Edison Research Ireland Mcgowan A.
Florida in play as Biden takes lead in poll

Rush Limbaugh

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Florida in play as Biden takes lead in poll

"Florida looks like a toss up little more than six months from election day a new fox news poll shows president trump and Joe Biden in a statistical tie in a state trump won four years ago Biden leads with forty six percent the trumps forty three percent but the gap is within the poll's margin of

Florida Donald Trump Joe Biden President Trump
Big Banks, Airlines, March Retail Report

MarketFoolery

11:15 min | 5 months ago

Big Banks, Airlines, March Retail Report

"It's Wednesday April fifteenth. Welcome to mark. I'm Chris Sale with me today. The one and only Andy Cross could see my friend. Hey Chris how're you doing in there? I got coffee. I'm good good to we got. We got a lot going retail. We've got airlines. We'VE GOT ENTERTAINMENT. But we're GONNA start today with the big banks because it's earning season and the as an industry. The big banks sort of lead the way Goldman Sachs and Bank of America both out with first-quarter reports Goldman Sachs profits down. Forty Nine Percent Bank of America can take some small solace in the fact that their first quarter profits. Were only down forty five. Yeah it's it's the real headline I think from the banks. Chris is just the reserve the loan loss reserves. They're taking now in this quarter so when you look across almost all the banks. That's been the biggest hit to the prophet picture. The revenues were somewhere in the flat. Picture for example Goldman revenues were flat. Gp Morgan's revenues were down like three percent wells. Fargo was down down about eighteen percent so the revenue lines weren't such the concern. It was really much more profit picture as you mentioned. And we're just seeing that show up in the earnings per share of these companies but the biggest part for that or these loan loss reserves that these companies have to the banks have to set aside in the expectation that the economic crisis. The pandemic that we're facing is going to cause some of their clients both on the consumer side and the commercial side to not pay their bills and so they had to set aside reserves for that. So when you just look at like what happened with with Goldman their earnings down forty six percent and they set aside nine hundred thirty seven million dollars this quarter. That's almost as much as they sent. Set aside for all of two thousand nineteen and that's four times the amount that aside in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and you see the same thing across all of the the big banks. Gps set aside an additional six point. Eight billion dollars. It's four point. Four billion in the consumer side mostly for cardholders and the rest on the on the commercial side and across the entire company. That say this is ten billion more in reserves than a year ago. So you're seeing these banks really start to ramp up their preparation for what they expect to be. A very tough market of the next year I would also think in the case for every one of these banks has an investment banking arm. Goldman Sachs is the clubhouse leader and I would think that as we are in this environment where it's really hard to imagine any company going public in the next say at least two months Probably closer to four to six months That's one more thing that a bank like Goldman Sachs has to worry about. Yeah Chris absolutely right. So there's just these very high margin parts of their business that are going to start to see. Oh the fluctuations if not complete drops because that market has really started to soften. What's interesting on the Goldman side and Goldman's really going through this this reform under the new? Ceo Their new their new CEO. The bank is really kind of struggled. It's such A. It's such such known as such a class name in the banking space but the stock has actually struggled and the returns on equity have actually trailed their peers over the last few years. There's a real push by the new. Ceo David Salman to start to really invigorate Goldman Sachs again. So we had this whole plan when he became. Ceo after Lloyd Blankfein just recently and then obviously the pandemic hit so but a bright spot to Goldman or big part. Their business has always been there. Trading revenues and. That's actually been kind of a little bit of an Albatross for them over the past couple years but that actually was a bright spot in the first quarter of the same thing with J. P. Morgan Goldman's trading revenues were up twenty eight percent and JP Morgan is trading revenues. Were up thirty two percent so because of all the volatility because of all the frenetic trading activity were seen in the markets from both institutional clients and consumer clients for the big banks. It's mostly institutions were. We saw these results pop up for some of these. Larger banks like Goldman G. P. M. So that's that was one small bright spot in a quarter. That obviously is showing a lot of pain. Jp MORGAN LONG-SERVING CEO. Probably the most respected name and finances. We've talked about Jimmy Diamond. Chris who had suffered a emergency heart surgery a few months ago and came back to the job right in the middle of the as the pandemic starting to really get going. He put out his earning his his His annual letter. He talks about every year and really try to set the tone for the market ahead of what we the financial institutions and banks will see over the next year because there's obviously a lot of concern With just the just the plumbing and the financial picture of US banks. Let's move on to the airline industry because several airlines including Delta American jet blue and southwest have said that they have reached agreements with the US Treasury Department on part of that twenty five billion dollar plan for payroll grants. Obviously this is Good news for those airlines and The people who work there but it really does seem like this. I don't WanNa call it a band aid but it seems like it is a A relatively short bridge. That'll get them through the next couple of months. Hopefully but all the airlines really seemed like they have their work cut out for them Chris. I think I think bridge a bridge. If not band aid bridge I think is a good term apropos because So of the two point two trillion dollar in the stainless package that was signed into law. Last week were in late March. Now the the airlines are starting to work with the Treasury Department to figure out how they can access that and both in grants and loans and as you mentioned a pretty much all of the airlines all the major ones are going to start tapping into this and this is obviously Anita step for businesses. That are really struggling. You're seen bookings that are downed. Seventy ninety percent capacity in the company these companies have they have taken capacity out from their business both domestic and international. So it's really started. There's a heavy fixed cost and these businesses and when they have nobody flying and nobody buying tickets especially business travel which is really slow down. You're starting to see it now. Show up in the potential future of these businesses. But back to your bridge comment. I think these the airlines when I look at almost all the industries that operate and you think about the recovery patterns. I don't know if we're going to be in a v-shaped recovery or more of a U. shape slow growth recovery of both in the US and worldwide. But I do think. The airlines travel companies of all the industries. They will really be in the most flat shape recovery and I think it'll take a while for consumers to be able to come back into the travel mode get used to going back into airplanes. Get used to going back into airports. Airports Basically over the last ten twenty years have become big retail destinations. And you're seeing now foot traffic in the airports drop off a cliff and that's hurting the retail establish establishments inside these airports so that industry is just going to go along a long way to recover. They they needed this. They needed to be a tap the US government to help them support their business. Because without that you would see massive bankruptcies in the Industry Savan to the retail industry because we got the march retail report. And it was. I think every bit as bad as we were all expecting retail across the board down eight point seven percent in the month of March. That is the worst in history. Worst drop in history and context third on the list is the drop in retail that we saw in November. Two thousand eight and this was more than twice as bad in terms of percentages. And you start going through this. And the and of course the lone bright spot is grocery stores up around twenty seven percent but some of these other numbers in here you look at clothing and clothing accessory down. Fifty percent motor vehicles down twenty five percent. These are not but I kind of like we saw with the monthly jobs report for March and we knew that it was much worse because it really the only started They stopped collecting that data mid month. Same thing with retail. I mean I'm looking at one of my thoughts when I was going through. The march retail report was my God. How much worse is April GonNa? Because then we'll have a full month of this crazy was really devastating report. I guess not too surprising considering what we had seen in in late February and obviously there's our own consumer behavior but just for some context first of all that eight point seven percent number. Chris you mentioned is just a drop from February. So it's a month over month seasonally-adjusted number but historically that if you go back. They've collected this data since nineteen ninety-two if you go back. Usually that month-on-month change is in a small less than a percent change so the average is about point three five percents. So it's it's pretty tight. It's a very tight range. You're talking an average of point. Three percent with a standard deviation so changed from an average of less than a percent. So you really talking a very tight range here. You're talking last month. We saw a drop of eight point seven percent so it's significant compared to the average and not in way outside this the norm of what we see the last few decades so like you mentioned the worst number before this was in the great financial crisis when it was when when the number of fell three point eight and three point nine percent back to back. So we're talking twice as much as that drops it just context that about how significant this was just knowing wh- how we have changed as consumers. It's really pretty. It's evident and now we're seeing a show up in the number so as you mentioned some of the areas really got hit just really just a very significantly and then you see you see spots like grocery stores actually have a very significant ramp because as we continue to spend more and more at the groceries try to stock up in preparation for the quarantine that we are all facing and now still face and then you see things like food services and drinking places down twenty six percent from the month before and obviously just showing there that the real impact and that's having ripple effects because when you talk about ten to twenty percent of the global of the US employment is somehow tied to entertainment travel that area getting back to our airlines business.

Goldman Sachs Chris Sale J. P. Morgan Goldman United States CEO Goldman G. P. M. Jp Morgan Andy Cross Bank Of America Ceo David Salman Gp Morgan Us Treasury Department Fargo Lloyd Blankfein
Wall St. tumbles on gloomy economic data, bank earnings

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Wall St. tumbles on gloomy economic data, bank earnings

"Funny individual stocks and starting with those bank earnings issues David Wilson David what do you have well bank of America's down four percent in early trading town the banks first quarter results show net interest income fell two percent reflecting lower rates the bank set aside four point eight billion dollars to cover loan losses and deferred payments for about a million consumers through April eighth Citigroup also down four percent net income for the first quarter trailing was average estimate in a Bloomberg survey even though revenue from bond currency and commodity trading was a high since twenty twelve cities result included seven billion dollars in loan loss provisions Goldman Sachs down three and a half percent first quarter profit of the bank fell forty six percent has the value of its investments dropped eight hundred and ninety million dollars and the artist by the way also came up short of estimates JP Morgan and Wells Fargo which had a result yesterday also down three and a

David Wilson David Citigroup Jp Morgan Wells Fargo Bank Of America Bloomberg Goldman Sachs
Seton Hall Poll: 72% of Americans Won't Attend Games Without COVID-19 Vaccine

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Seton Hall Poll: 72% of Americans Won't Attend Games Without COVID-19 Vaccine

"Particular Steve at the sports desk and Steve we've been looking at a new poll which kind of indicates even if there were athletes playing games fans might not be so thrilled to go out and watch yeah you you know if there are games are there going to be an empty stadiums and arenas initially but even when they open it up to fans this poll from the Seton Hall University School of business indicates that many will be very very reticent about going seventy two percent of those polled said they will not attend a sports event until a covert nineteen vaccine is available twelve percent they would as long as there was social distancing and forty six percent they think all sports will be cancelled through this

Steve Seton Hall University School O
Poll: Fans won't attend games without vaccine

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Poll: Fans won't attend games without vaccine

"How about this for Brian it was done by Segall university Stillman school of business seventy two percent of sports fans say they would not attend the sporting events until there is a vaccine against rotavirus the margin of error for the poll these plus or minus three point six percent about twelve percent of respondents say they would only attend games if social distancing was possible at the venues forty six percent don't believe that all sports will be cancelled through the end of two thousand and

Brian Segall University Stillman Sch
"forty six percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Another forty six percent of California's land area including a lot of the bay area is in what's called abnormally dry and yes it is due to a significantly drier than usual winter we started office where it was pretty good weather we had some good storms around thanksgiving in December but then the rain fall in January was only half of normal in the bay area in which had nothing in February again not to panic now but so another winner like this and we could be looking at drought state wide Jim Taylor KCBS government forecasters say the January was the hottest on record Peter caning looks of the numbers the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says last month be January of twenty sixteen as the hottest on record only by a fraction but more significantly the agency says this was the forty fourth consecutive January four hundred twenty first consecutive month with temperatures nominally above the twentieth century average no aside to say for the past five January's qualify as the warmest ever the top ten warmest January's have all occurred since two thousand two Peter king CBS news a seventy seven year old North Carolina woman is missing and Berkeley police are asking the public to help find her Sofia Brooks was last seen in north Berkeley she's five foot six with gray hair brown eyes last seen wearing a brown leather jacket and pants she is at risk because she's having memory problems Brooks may be driving a white twenty eleven Chevrolet with North Carolina plates small it's coming up here on KCBS and then one in five people in Alameda county go hungry every.

California Peter king Sofia Brooks Berkeley North Carolina KCBS Alameda county Jim Taylor CBS
"forty six percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To the sherry I want to share a couple more testimonials that caught my attention out of the so many right there on the purity website again these are unsolicited these are from real people here's one from Rick he is a male age fifty five to sixty four lives in Naples Florida he writes this what a great product asked affects has been for me after starting taking asked to affect my workout and strength is increased as if I were in my twenties again and I've only been on asked affects for two months now can't wait to see the long term effect I look forward to taking asked to affects every morning for my afternoon workouts I'll be taking this product for a long time here's DD's she's a female age forty five to fifty four who lives in laurel park North Carolina she writes this quote I've been using a ask the affects for a month now I can see the difference in my energy level I now have more energy feel better since taking this product I can actually see a difference in my skin as well I'm a smoker who has smoking lines around my mouth but the lines have diminished about fifty percent overall I am so thrilled with my energy level I love this product just couple of samples from the real people who have responded I'm purities website and cherry I'm looking at the list of patents again on this asked as an open compound this is where the the science research backs up we're talking about this is just flat out amazing and I'm sure a lot of people out there are going to think at what I'm gonna say here sounds a little bit odd but you said before the show this supplement may even help people drive a car better or use the computer more comfortably and I and you can't come on how does this happen it sounds funny but after tax may actually help in these areas to it and here's why one of the interesting things about after Stanton is that it's a relative of vitamin a and we know the vitamin a is good fried good for vision ask the Samson is to ask the sentence actually been shown to fight oxidation and I tissue sight distance study where they found a forty six percent improvement in a measurement called depth perception that depth perception bouncer ability to determine distances between objects are basically to see in three dimensions and researchers they study the handball team specifically looking at how quickly they could change focus and guess what the handball team that was supplemented with pastors and then they were able to improve their accuracy improves their performance in the depth perception task other research has also shown that **** and and help reduce eye fatigue and you know when you're on a computer that's a big deal everyone's on computers these days and for long periods of time and and it's hard on our eyes and we know that if you're driving a car and it's late at night and your reaction time is low that's not good after that that actually help the eyes focus and refocus doctor hacked PhD.

forty six percent fifty percent two months
"forty six percent" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on KCRW

"A forty six percent drop in applications to open positions at federal agencies and Tracey Samuelson for New cars nowadays are really just a bunch of computers right on wheels. All the sensors and driver assist bells and whistles, the automatic breaking in the lane, keeping their Guinness closer and closer to fully driverless cars till then there is human error to account for a couple of weeks ago. Marketplace's Ben Bradford did a story on how drivers misunderstand and sometimes misuse car technology today, the high cost of fixing those cars when humans get involved last. Winter Baltimore resident Adam Richardson found a six inch long crack in the windshield of his twenty seventeen Ford fusion, I didn't think it was gonna be that big of a deal. He thought a couple hundred bucks. But then he called an auto glass company. I said, hey, I've got this crack here's the make mama my car, and they said, oh, not a great sound seat. Richardson's car has front collision sensors behind the windshield replacement glass, that's different thickness or clarity can cause them to malfunction. So Richardson had to buy manufacturer approved glass, and then have sensors recalibrated to work properly. It ended up being somewhere north at seven hundred. So that was definitely worth anticipated and more than at least one in three drivers can afford for an unexpected Bill. According to triple A, the organization also recently found that cars with advanced safety. Features commonly cost twice as much to repair as low tech vehicles jet. Gonzalves king owns.

Adam Richardson Tracey Samuelson Ben Bradford Baltimore Gonzalves king forty six percent six inch
"forty six percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:03 min | 1 year ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Network. Lungs part of your weekend. You're tuned into Tennessee matters. I'm Robert wan as we get into the new year. There are lots of people that might be thinking about new paths for their careers, of course, in economy in which the job market and different opportunities are always seemingly influx. It also seems so too are some of the things that people are looking for in their next employment opportunities that's part of what we're talking about. With the guest joining us on the phone this morning. He is the director of permanent placement services for Robert Half Nashville that stands show-me. Oh, dan. Good morning to you. Happy new year to you. Hey, good morning. Robert and happy new year to you as well. Talking a little bit about the way things are going in the economy and people looking perhaps for their next opportunities whether or not they're in a position or they're just between their different opportunities. But your company put together a study. Recently, looking at some of the dynamics surrounding some of the job search is what do we know? Well, there's actually some new with with the new year starting a lot of people are making new resolutions. And our office team division has done a survey. That's quite a few people here locally as well. And and we found that forty six percent of local employees are are looking for things like fitness facilities and programs and health and wellness offered by local employers here in Nashville, which is is greater than the national average pretty significantly as well when you're talking about some of these things I ve lived here in the mid state for almost four years now, but I spent a lot of time in the on the west coast and in the bay area. And so the things you're mentioning I hear things that that I guess maybe. A lot of high tech companies were the first to really make a conscious effort not only making these opportunities available to employees really making them a highlight in a in a prominent feature to employment in these particular companies one is this what we're talking about predominantly as far as the companies that were were mentioning, and is it is it is it does go beyond. Absolutely. It is. But it does go beyond just technology. Nashville Scott, one of the lowest employment unemployment numbers in the country. So because of that it's giving employees opportunities to to find things other than just salaries that are important to them. So I as as the market titans and NS as tight as it's ever been here locally, their employees are looking for other things that are more valuable such as work life balance and health and wellness, facilities, end or providing discount. Free gym memberships in those types of things when you're looking at some of the companies that have been I guess, maybe looking at whether they're adding these things or or supplementing some of these benefits that they already have. What's your sense of how the dynamic is shifting in Nashville? Are we talking about companies that are new to Nashville that where we see? That's our running joke in the mid state, right? The the unofficial bird here is the crane because of all the construction there's so many high rises and buildings that are coming in the newer opportunities that are provided by new companies coming to Tennessee, or we talking about existing companies that are maybe just trying to keep up actually think we're talking a little about a little bit of both. I think as so many new employers are coming into the city employers are realizing that to keep your top talent right now, you have to have you have to come up with creative ways to to keep them engaged in happy. And thriving in the workplace, and and health and wellness has become that much more of a staple in this environment. So if you're a lot of times these employers, and it can be your new companies, and you're well established companies as well. A lot of times the reason they promote these opportunities as they may not I mean for one it costs them significantly less than healthcare expense. If your employees are healthy. When we're talking about some of these benefits, and and some of these perks, obviously, the fact is that for some industries and some companies these are still worlds away from a reality for for for a lot of workers. But understanding that the probably more and more companies are going to have to provide some of these these different opportunities and features and benefits. What are maybe the hot items that you you suspect people are looking for most well from an employer perspective, some of what's being offered, and and employees potential employees as well are discounted gym memberships or I played golf earlier or last week, and I played golf, and I what one of my the friends that I was playing golf with. He's rewarded substantially from his healthcare provider from an from his employer for for keeping an elevated heart rate for. For for tracking his steps those types of things. So those are some of the things that are provided fitness discount on gym. Memberships is one area that's done. Sometimes it's it's doing a company sports team or a company jogging club or walking club. Those types of things that sometimes they don't cost a lot the employer a lot of money to to get those things started within a workplace, and it really helps overall productivity from employees as well. If you're just joining us Dan show from Robert Half nationals joining us as we discuss some of the dynamics that are going on in modern day twenty nineteen job searches. And and I guess for that for that matter job retention is a lot of what we're discussing. I think it's still safe to say you're free to correct me or expound on. This is the fact that a lot of some of what we've just discussed with some of these these benefits that go with these competitive. Lisa after jobs. There's we're still talking predominantly white collar jobs. We're not talking about a lot of a lot of blue collar opportunities, and maybe even service industry type positions that that that's still a fair assessment. Yeah. These are mostly office related jobs at I'm referring to from from our study. What are remember when I was in the bay area? And a lot of this was becoming like, hey, wow. Yes. It gets to do this kind of stuff the ones that were at that point. They were new where opportunities like you get your laundry done onsite. You just had to bring it. And they would you know, they'd bring it back to you. By the end of the day, kind of thing the transportation where you can get on the bus that would take you anywhere from within like an hour ninety minute radius away that it would come pick you up. Those were the ones that were were knew what are some of? Maybe the things that people aren't thinking of that. That are I guess. Maybe the things that are the jewel benefits these days. Well, those are certainly still things that are offered as well. And if you go outside of the healthcare, flexible, flexible scheduling is now kind of important as Nashville continues to grow, and the traffic is getting worse than it was it's nothing like some of the other major cities, but it's continuing to get worse. And and more and more people are moving here. So so flexible scheduling parking downtown a few years ago, it was pretty easy. And now it's become a pretty expensive to employees es and four employers to handle in terms of assistance with their employees. So oftentimes there there's there's some partnerships with the downtown with national national downtown partnership where they provide free parking at titan stadium and shuttles or so part, but parking reimbursement for for parking can be valuable in the downtown area and other areas that's not as sizeable but back to the healthcare. Side. A lot of employers are offering desks now that are more advantageous such as sitting standing even some we've heard are offering like walking treadmill type of desks that people can work out as well. As we wrap this up ten maybe put a button on this. Because the fact is that while companies in general their their people to be happy. There's clearly a financial dynamic to this financial benefit to all of this. Not just ahead. So cool that they're serving lasagna on Tuesdays. That's the that's not what they're getting that. There are financial benefits for companies that provide all these things that might sound like they're their financial luxuries talk just generally about how that how those numbers are are going as far as, you know, why companies want to continue to do these kinds of things then for our listeners that are interested in finding out more about what your team found out in in this study where can they go online to learn more about some of the. The things that you've discovered. I absolutely. So in in this environment where Nashville unemployment rate, I believe in the one that just came out in January set for December the unemployment rate Nashville, I believe it was two point five or two point six percent. And so because of that employees are having to compete outside of just a straight salary in and to do that some of these things sound expensive, but replacing current employees where you have to go back in you have to try and find a talent as this not this not extensively out there right now, and to retrain and and to cover that the area when when you're short, and and your staff with other people that are over taxed as well. It's difficult. So it's a lot less expensive for employers to create a workplace or an environment where their employees right now are have a better work life balance or. Able to to stay healthy it costs employers less on insurance as well. In in terms of expenses from please that have health issues if they're able to keep their their overall workplace healthy, so in this environment, some of these things might sound menial, but they really are important to a lot of employees in this environment. And so in order to keep that, it's very important for employers to think outside the box, and sometimes they can be wasted aren't that expensive to to have a sports team for your for your -ployees or to offer a walking running club, or, you know, have a professional come in to do to do some health assessments or something like that it costs a lot less than than to dilute the employee, and then spent time trying to replace in retrain that employees. So it's Robert Half dot com is a is a great place for people to go, Dan. She joining us today. Hey, Dan, thanks for your time. And it's good insights on some pretty important to a lot of people. So thanks for spending some time with us this more, Robert thank you very much for having me. Really? Appreciate it in. Now is a great time to be an employee in Nashville looking at opportunities there. Yeah. I'm Robert wine and this Tennessee radio network. Iheartradio is the easy to use app for music and radio. Download the free iheartradio app today. Tennessee metres on the Tennessee radio network. Spend part of your weekend with.

Nashville Tennessee Robert Half Robert Dan Robert wan golf director titans Robert wine Iheartradio titan stadium Lisa Scott forty six percent ninety minute six percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on The Starters

"He should like forty six percent from three get him in the skills challenge once upon a time. Yeah. Verse dunk was he ever in the dunk contest. I don't think. So. No, I don't shame because he had the hops on he would take forever and the three point gone. Dribble before every show. But so yeah. Again, like people obviously yesterday, the the votes come out people are freaking out what I mean. Even Luca Danni, which like above, you know, Duranthon Davis Durant. These guys like he's been great. And he's a lot of fun to watch. But people go nuts. But it won't really it won't matter because that's why they did this. Now, this little checks and balances here, I think it was a smart move. Honestly, some people say that stupid if the fans want Dirk rose or Luca in there, then it's just an exhibition game why not put them in there. Would you guys agree with that or fan zone necessarily know how much their vote counts for I don't I don't think they're not talking about the mathematics the percentages behind it? So they see the bow. They should be able to vote. It's their game. Right. But no, I agree that you shouldn't get as Pachulia in the game. I think that's so you think it was a smart move here by silver and the NBA to put the last call. I it's a nice like forget forget talking about the math. But when it gets down to the the math it actually, the ratios are pretty good pretty smart into in terms of getting guys that are deserved into the game. Okay. Well, let's make let's make our picture. Let's let's see who everybody has who they can. Sted for their starters the ten starters. Now, these won't be the teams right because we'll have the cap they'll do the drafting. And it'll be televised. It'd be great hopefully. But who do you have east guards? Let's start in the east. Let's go..

Luca Danni Duranthon Davis Durant NBA Dirk rose Pachulia forty six percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"It looked as if twenty sixteen was repeating itself. Democratic house victories were Amir trickle in the first couple of hours Republicans were winning big marquee racists. And we wondered whether Democrats would have to waive their wave goodbye, but five days later the election. Looks a lot like what we expected nationally. Democrats won fifty two percent of the house vote to forty six percent for Republicans and that forty six percent exactly matches President Trump's popular vote toll in two thousand sixteen by the way, the president's job approval rating and our final NBC news Wall Street Journal poll on Sunday forty six percent, which is likely to be it looks like the number in the exit poll itself store posters as of this hour. NBC news projects Democrats will win two hundred thirty one seats in the house, plus or minus five Democrats should end up netting somewhere between thirty five and forty seats. When all the votes are can we have about ten or eleven races still on call in the Senate Republicans. So far netted two seats in Florida too close to call with Florida headed for recount. And of course, there's that Mississippi run off later this month, President Trump reacted with a combination of concern confidence concern that House Democrats can now block agenda use their newfound subpoena power to investigate Russian election interference. And perhaps look to see if he's profiting off the presidency, and then confidence that Republican Senate will now have his back on those issues and approve his judicial appointments. Meanwhile, Mr Trump signal that he has no intention of is slowing his assault on the Muller investigation sacking immediately. His attorney general Jeff Sessions within hours after the polls closed and choosing as his acting Jeanette Whitaker who oversee an investigation he's openly attacked, but it was the growing realization that Democrats at one a sizable victory on Tuesday that seemed to have the president rattled. Couple of seats. Doesn't matter. It doesn't matter President Trump acting embolden but newly vulnerable is attacking the institutions which could hold him in check claiming election fraud in Florida without any evidence. And all of a sudden they're finding votes out of nowhere. Although I hear you tell me accusing zone of electoral corruption and even asking whether it is time to call for a new election. Mr. Trump Banda CNN correspondent from the White House while threatening to pull access from other reporters could be others. Also, when you're in the White House, this is a very sacred place. He also threaten House Democrats who made their biggest gain since the post Watergate elections of nineteen seventy four and will now we'll subpoena power in investigations into his personal finances and contacts with Russia. They can play that game. But we can play better because we have a thing called the United States Senate, Andy. Mocked Republicans who refuse to embrace him. Carlos Bella, Mike Kaufman. Too bad, Mike Mia love gave me no love and she lost most consequentially less than twenty four hours after polls closed. Mr. Trump fired is attorney general replacing Jeff Sessions with loyalist Matt Whitaker lashing out at reporters who asked if he wants his new acting attorney general to rein in Robert Muller's Russia probe stupid question that is what a stupid question the president denied is relationship with Whittaker on Friday Whitaker, but just a month ago. Whitaker's great guy, I know Medwick as a political pundit on TV Winokur is said Mr. Muller's investigation could be turning into a witch hunt and floated ways to weaken it, it's a scenario where Jeff Sessions is replaced it with a recess appointment, and that attorney general doesn't fire Bob Muller. But he just reduces the budget so low that his his investigation grinds to absolutely almost Missy Wittig..

President Trump Democrats president Jeanette Whitaker Jeff Sessions White House Mr Trump United States Senate Florida Robert Muller Bob Muller acting attorney general attorney NBC Senate Amir Muller Wall Street Journal Mike Mia
"forty six percent" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Yeah, I think you know, we, we have a real problem with that wild west approach. I mean, even earlier in Hugh one of this year, there was a report out that forty six percent of the ICO's from two thousand seventeen had already failed. So for the most part in our fund, we do not invest in ICU house were on a secondary market looking for exchange traded liquid assets. You know, we're taking the Goldilocks approach to to crypto assets were not looking for the ICO latest project. That's gonna give a thousand Bagger. We see that as to risk a, you're too hot. They don't have a. Product built yet. And yet we don't wanna take that passive index approach where we're just buying the top ten crypto assets. You know, we really see that as too cold and not capturing enough of the upside. So our model is that mid cap, Goldilocks approach where we're looking at network value or market cap of crypto assets between one hundred million dollars and two billion dollars, and that's really our our sweet spot. And we think that gives the best risk adjusted returns from the blockchain space, Aaron, Paul, what do you think men like? Look, you have companies that raise one hundred million if they might have been ICO's and they could be liquid now that could be exchanged traded, but they still have no project and they have one hundred million of the investors dollars that they might call contributors do. Do you think that this? I don't think this is wild west anymore. I think that the wild west was there because everybody was greedy. But what we have is a lot of people that did, I would say borderline illegal fundraising practices. What do you think Erin? Well, I'm not. Lawyer. I think that one of the things that excited me about the space is that I had a rare opportunity in time to invest in something. I'm old enough that I remember the dot com bubble. I'm old enough that I remember friends getting into building a website and and I was like, man, I missed that shit. I missed it and I'll be damned if I'm going to miss the next tack, the next wave. And I'd have a little bit in investing before crypto currencies. And when I was talking to my friend, Matthew Erin about getting into investing and you said, hey, man, check this out. And so I did. And I said, wow, this is, you know, 'cause as an investor, you learn at an institutional way as a retail investor, the difference between, oh, you're just a retail investor, and this is an institutional investor and they have access to all the candy, and you have to sit here with, you know, broccoli. Right? You gotta eat your broccoli, I. Yeah. And and so I came in to the space and I said, wow, I get a chance to be like an angel investor and then money's disappearing. Right? And you're, you're sitting there going oldest, decentralized, anarchic kind of thing. You know, the thing that brings people over to not government, ran the people get the run it, and there's bad actors and they take your shit, and they took people shed as a just a normal dude. I ask myself. Yeah, I mean, and you talked a really smart guys like Richard Burton, right? Remember we had Richard Burton on. He said, why are people trying to build rocket ships when I haven't even built a skateboard normally how this works is you get a little bit of money, you better prototype, you build the skateboard then you build a bicycle. You make sure the bicycle works and he put a little motor on it. Call it a motorcycle, and you keep getting more money as you scale. You can have a vision, but you just get a little bit. It as you perform, you know, I guess I kind of feel like what you're saying Matthew as there's there are pitfalls between a decentralized organization in a centralized organization, a centralized organization being all these rules and governance, etc. Etc. In the allure of a decentralized way that anybody can make money. Right. So who's in charge, right? That's a really good point..

Matthew Erin ICO Richard Burton Hugh Aaron Paul one hundred million dollars two billion dollars forty six percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on WWL

"Of our neighbors are living in or near poverty and struggling to get by i have to ask if we're talking about two thousand sixteen data what stands out to me or to significant flooding episodes that we had that affected in some way shape or form almost every parish in our state and so we know at home we were affected here particularly hard on the north shore so how how how of those events those natural disasters affected families that are living either as you said right there at the middle class and able to get by now have fallen in or those who were in allison perhaps our into poverty our friends up intangible hall paris's example because the twenty sixteen august floods just decimated ten thousand households so forty six percent of the families eleven towns ball perish live below the alice threshold and so when ten thousand homes are affected that suggests that a number of those households are alice families and so when we talk about allison what can affect alice many folks are just one harsh storm away from falling into poverty and so we've seen it firsthand the folks that were just barely getting by meeting their basic needs but barely get thrown into a tailspin that's caused by natural disaster that they couldn't control that didn't have a savings didn't have the wherewithal to be able to recover owned their own and so you're not a way in our community partners have been trying to help but it suggests that as long as we have folks that are struggling day to day and they're exposed the natural disasters there are always going to have folks are going to spiral into this poverty or alice demographic and so and we know also means a couple that not only do we have the flooding events but we know we're facing some economic changes both here at home and on the national level and that's affecting you know this large percentage of folks that are struggling to get by i guess my other question that ties into that is we as americans are so used to looking at jobs reports are unemployment rates to understand or or maybe not to understand but to get a feeling for how our local economy is doing and i think that you know when we hero we're hitting all time record low unemployment rates it sounds like we're doing particularly well but the reality is we've got almost fifty percent of folks in southeast louisiana that are struggling to make ends meet and so maybe they're working but they're not making enough the you know in in particular you know we see it in the hospitality and service industries you know the lower wage jobs dominate the economy and while there's great we all rely so heavily on individuals that work in those industries that make our experiences in the city fantastic and pretty much everybody that comes to southeast or new orleans feels you know the benefit of a really strong tally industry but it's unfortunate that many of those folks are making lower wages and so we're trying to take approaches at united way that help a folk figure out how to increase their wages you know because you got to grow your wages to be able to meet your needs but also how do we help you begin to manage and lemonade expenses and most of all manage your resources effectively as you possibly can to stretch those dollars as far as you possibly can i want to touch on the specifics of what's going on at united way in the way that you're helping folks living under the alice special the little later in the show but you just mentioned that you talked about the fact that folks that are working in the hospitality industry are more likely to be alice or how to who is also in our community majors in general is particular group that we see a particular race a particular age we know in interestingly enough we didn't break the study down by race or gender i'm but we do know is the alice population there are no no there are no boundaries it doesn't discriminate and so we know that these are our friends and family members and so if you walk into.

forty six percent fifty percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And others hid under their desks from the gunman and we will update you as we learn more as the divide deepens between republicans and democrats in today's heated political climate the two parties appeared to no less and less about each other very bake in junior is a political writer for fivethirtyeight he's into recent research about the partisan divide his story is called democrats are wrong about republicans republicans are wrong about democrats perry bacon junior welcome to the studio thanks for having me you looked primarily at a study published in the journal of politics and these two researchers tried to suss out the misperceptions that voters have about people in the other party how did this research work so what they did was they did a poll where they asked people about kind of stereotypical groups in each party for example how many blacks and the democratic party and how many evangelical in the republican party about twenty five percent of democrats are black republicans think about forty six percent of democrats are black about six percent of democrats are gay lesbian or bisexual republicans thought about thirty eight percent of them are on the republican side about two percent of republicans make more than two hundred thousand dollars a year democrats thought forty four percent of republicans made that much about thirty six percent of republicans are southerners democrats thought the number was forty four percent now why do you think that is i think there are to us relations one is i think people are just not great at math for example it is true that most blacks vote democratic but this is not true that therefore most democrats are black the second factor here i would say is media coverage and what i mean by that is the stereotypes of the parties in the media are really deep the media every four years maybe every two years says democrat ex can only win if blacks vote for them in huge numbers and republican ex can only win if evangelical over them in huge numbers so i'm not surprised that people have internalized deeply those stereotypes and maybe over internalize them another way to think of this is the idea that just like advertising or commercial branding now we kind of see party identity as part of our own identity which makes it really high stakes if you're arguing about the old days it used to be you know the parties were about like text balls republicans want lower texas democrats higher texas but now you have the parties that are not just divided on policy but also on identity like when party has become j not just about policy but also about who you are that makes it much harder to resolve conflicts is why when people say they want to go to thanksgiving dinner but they don't wanna see their friends and support the the party that's why because they're now not is arguing over politics they're arguing over race and religion and geography and all these like deeply personal things did any of these researchers tell you how this might be solved they did not tell me there's not a lot of optimism about solving this problem in part because although one of my colleagues do some work with the new america foundation and his name is leads redmond one of his ideas is if we have more parties a bernie sanders party a hillary clinton party a jon huntsman party and a donald trump party and those are different views in the party so there are a lot of republicans for example who are uncomfortable the way trump talks about racial issues but their view is if i vote for democrats i lose on texas and i lose on other things that i care about but if you had more parties in it and it was easier for like us a third or fourth party to win you might not have the polarization where every person who's like deeply religious faith like they have been there hogan party even if on taxes they grew the democrats that's perry bacon junior he's a political writer for five thirty eight thanks so much for speaking with us thank you really you're listening to all things considered from npr news in a in atlantic city casino after casino have shut down in recent years they've left thousands of people out of work now there's some good news two of the big casinos have reopened under new owners npr's jeff brady reports many atlantic city hope this is the start of a turnaround atlantic city is trying to remake itself from simply a gambling destination to.

forty four percent two hundred thousand dollars thirty eight percent twenty five percent thirty six percent forty six percent six percent two percent four years two years
"forty six percent" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on WWL

"Roads that we have that affected in some way shape or form almost every parish in our state and so we know at home we were affected here particularly hard on the north shore so how how how of those events those natural disasters affected families that are living either as you said right there at the middle class and able to get by now have fallen in or those who were in allison perhaps now our into poverty societies our friends up in chains hawk paris's example because the twenty sixteen august floods just decimated ten thousand households so forty six percent of the families eleven towns ball perished live below the alice threshold and so when ten thousand homes are affected that suggests that a number of those households or alice families and so when we talk about allison what can affect alice many folks are just one harsh storm away from falling into poverty and so we've seen it firsthand folks that were just barely getting by meeting their basic needs but barely get thrown into a tailspin has caused by natural disaster that they couldn't control they didn't have a savings didn't have the wherewithal to be able to recover owner own and so you're not way in our community partners have been trying to help but it suggests that as long as we have folks that are struggling day to day in they're exposed to natural disasters there were always going to have folks going to spiral into this poverty or alice demographic.

allison paris forty six percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on WEEI

"Forty six percent according to this four he's trying to help you out eighty four percent of jumped out in the page to me sometimes because every we always talk about peace diet with young generation eighty four percent for the four five years is that four percent from the first five games a year ago is that we were basing it on big numbers the first six game early indication helps the games are close helps they were exciting and i think people are looking forward to this team more than some of you you're looking at the statue looking at the numbers the ratings are up so the whole i guess you know race to change the game speed it up pitch clock this and just to appeal to that younger demographic in the end does it even matter the pace again just you know hey let's get a pitch clock you know nothing's really changed the democrat this argument before we talk about your cutting ten minutes off a game i don't know if you cut ten minutes of the game and also people say oh no i'll watch baseball again i don't know is that a direct correlation to if you cut ten minutes everyone's coming back i don't think there's any one silver bullet but i i believe that the pace of game is such that it can be improved pitcher and it's it's the inaction that we talked about it's it's it's the inaction between the action if if inning can start two minutes after the last picture of the previous in english is two and a half minutes that's a good thing so we've done that this year if we can limited number amount visits no people say well it doesn't matter that much but i was watching games last year where the yankees were we're bringing up sanchez every other pit.

baseball yankees sanchez ten minutes eighty four percent Forty six percent four five years four percent two minutes
"forty six percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Acts of that human he's audacity going four specific not congressional votes if you loved seniority obama you're going to love kevin so daily young so but i don't the idea even i that don't even somehow understand diane i'll feinstein's tell you what that power means within well congress all because that she's means been there for is 25 years is not the a positive left isn't for left democrats enough in california in california anymore that's that that's a criticism might owner stan listen i'm all in favour of term limits i think 25 years is way too long for one person to be in congress but but in this case the argument that that then is bad for the state of california it doesn't make any sense uh i did think it's funny she is still destroying him in the polls i mean you mentioned the numbers of fifty four percent to thirty seven percent that was within the california democratic delegation whether or not they were going to endorse a candidate right now she is out polling kevin daily own forty six percent to seventeen percent so it he's royalty in california she's got all kinds of money people prayed to her up in the bay area that's weird bad is weird but she has ten million dollars in cashonhand he has a half a million she got twenty times the amount of money and remember when she ran against michael huffington that was the for it was at the first hundred million dollars senate campaign i think this is the way it was labelled way back when she has the ability to raise a lot of money yep and put kevin daily own way behind in that race so we'll see how the and she's got all that money that era husband got paid from the bullet train people to fan at strickler forgot about that all right coming up next we have a livestock update this is the first time were doing this on the show no we do that we should get livestock noises okay never that toy did you ever have that toy it was a round toyo the.

obama kevin diane california congress michael huffington feinstein stan senate strickler 25 years hundred million dollars thirty seven percent ten million dollars fifty four percent forty six percent seventeen percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is the most admired man seventy one time since ninety forty six and the sitting president has won fifty eight of those times but now uh dawn uh barack obama has won the poll with seventeen percent while trump is the only the second most of the man in america with four so the headline says trump is america's second most ad hoc admat isn't that incredible i mean they just they basically a just been denouncing him phase literally hitler he some literally literally literally hit la and yet he's the second most hitler is the second most admired man in america according to this stupid wealth was gallup poll more relevant and more interesting is the rasmusen poll which shows trump at forty six percent approval fifty three percent disapprove and so all of you say all the media signed mild you know he's underwater trump is just the most unpopular president ever he is a mole people disapprove of him than approve of him at the exact same date in the obama presidency forty six percent approved of obama and fifty three percent disapproved than numbers of exactly the same the only difference is that trump unlike obama had to get to that forty six percent approval rating in the face of a media that was three times more negative towards him in this last year than they were to obama just five percent of the stories about trump have been positive and yet a year into their respective presidencies both trump and obama forty six percent approval rating so the president is resilience trump is resilient and i think that's actually a big lesson to these over managed fearful candidates who are always sangma one and dreadfully sorry i just misspoke commit just say we won't do what trump does say what you want treat what you want now basheer anyway you can be the nicest guy in the wild you can he can then you'd walk on eggshells saying this saying that and they'll still damn you as racist sexist islamophobic transphobic all the rest of it might as well just do what trump says say what you want tweet what you want let the chips fall where they may and you'll still come out a year and your presidency with the exact same approval rating of forty six percent as barack obama had back when he was everyone was saying he walks on from combat have ko seppo traffic is sponsored by spothero an accident on westbound 80 and the fremont offramp a dark gray honda pilot suv and a silver mitsubishi mirage around the right hand shoulder.

barack obama trump america hitler gallup poll president suv mitsubishi mirage fremont honda pilot forty six percent fifty three percent seventeen percent five percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Is the most admired man seventy one time since mining forty six and the sitting president has won fifty eight of those times but now uh dawn uh barack obama has won the poll with seventeen percent while trump is the only the second most the madman in america before so the headline says trump is america's second most ad hoc admat isn't that incredible i mean they just they basically a just been denouncing him for he's literally hitler he some literally literally literally hit la and yet is the second most hitler is the second most admired man in america according to this stupid wealthiest gallup poll more relevant and more interesting is the rasmusen poll which shows trump at forty six percent approval fifty three percent disapprove and so all these say all the media signed by you know he's underwater trump is just the most unpopular president ever he is a more people disapprove of him than approve of him at the exact same date in the obama presidency forty six percent approved of obama and fifty three percent disapproved than numbers are exactly the same the only difference is that trump unlike obama had to get to that forty six percent approval rating in the face of a media that was three times more negative towards him in this last year than they were two obama just five percent of the stories about trump have been positive and yet a year into their respective presidencies both trump and obama forty six percent approval rating so the president is resilience trump is resilient and i think that's actually a big lesson to these over managed fearful candidates who are always sangma one and dreadfully sorry i just miss spoke it just say what won't do what trump does say what you want treat what you want now basheer anyway you can be the nicest guy in the world you can he can win a he you'd walk on eggshells saying this saying that and they'll still damn you as racist sexist islamophobic transphobic all the rest of it might as well just do what trump says say what you want tweet what you want let the chips fall where they may and you'll still come out a year and your presidency with the exact same approval rating of forty six percent as barack obama had back when he was everyone is saying he walks on from the half.

barack obama trump hitler gallup poll president america forty six percent fifty three percent seventeen percent five percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Of the very few times that an incumbent president hasn't taken the top spot gallup's been asking who is the most admired man seventy one time since ninety fortysix and the sitting president has won fifty eight of those times but now uh dawn uh barack obama has won the poll with seventeen percent while trump is the only the second most admired man in america with four so the headline says trump is america's second most ad hoc admat isn't that incredible i mean they've just basically just been denouncing him for he's literally hitler he's so literally literally literally hit la and yet he's the second most hitler is the second most admired man in america according to this stupid wealth was scallop poll more relevant and more interesting is the rasmusen poll which shows trump at forty six percent approval faith the three percent disapprove and so all of you say all the media saying mild you know he's underwater trump is just the most unpopular president ever he is a mole people disapprove of him than approve of him at the exact same date in the obama presidency forty six percent approved of obama and fifty three percent disapproved then numbers ever exactly the same the only difference is that trump unlike obama had to get to that forty six percent approval rating in the face of a media that was three times more negative towards him in this last year than they were to obama just five percent of the stories about trump have been positive and yet a year into their respective presidencies both trump and obama forty six percent approval rating so the president is resilience trump is resilient and i think that's actually a big lesson to these over managed fearful candidates who are always sang one hundred forty sorry i just miss spoke of it just say we won't do what trump does say.

president barack obama trump america hitler forty six percent fifty three percent seventeen percent three percent five percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It at forty six percent that's on top of your stating complex that's on top of your property taxes that's on top of the three point eight percent obama tax you're talking to way over 50 percent one she hit that milliondollar number it is crazy crazy and the republicans are proposing this you understand what i'm saying i make work worker a million and i pay close over forty percent kirk later you're not the only one i play an enormous amount of taxes and my only deductions quite frankly or property interest and what's the other one and a state income taxes that's it i don't have anything fancy going on about reduction yeah well you're rich so you're gonna have to liquidate now thanks to the republicans i love it i love it wiring clark god bless you buddy there is a thing called a car you get in the car and get the hell out of their fists bump just my advice it's not so easy my i know i should get out of virginia now keep electing democrats who keep raising taxes and all the rest of it let's continue shall we ralph west palm beach florida the great w j no and i might say i might say you of a great host who i was listening to this morning brian mud who is also the program director of wgn own carries my show their which were very grateful for but he is terrific and he's a longtime friend of mine to all the folks her wgn and our great go ahead wrath okay one i've started i've heard of how you from the first time i read in black so i know you for awhile thank you sir now my pleasure i i just wanted to say and what i did was we talk it's talked about the rich let's talk about the middle class there's a group below that it's really going to as i see it gets shrewd in this tax bill for example my widowed mother uh her incomes about thirty five thousand tweets social security and a small pension this i understand it.

property taxes virginia program director wgn social security obama kirk brian forty six percent eight percent forty percent milliondollar 50 percent
"forty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"forty six percent" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"No or feel that you're going to lose and and by the way mccain did not lose by that much he got the same percentage of the popular vote as donald trump yeah they both got forty six percent it's i know i know at what happened in this election a lot of people don't realize it is that there were a lot of third and fourth and fifth party votes that were cast in any event i appreciate your perspective mark and i appreciate the exchange let's go quickly to kristen in albany oregon you're on the medved show right you know i am a senator mccain certainly not one of my favorite in congress that i wake him for recovery and all of that um i have to disagree with you i'm now there's a big difference between going after someone eden woon woman i can add on on the other hand now bill so gray hair at your baker giving them a burden and you know what john mccain gig kind thing garrett one i'd pay as again that will act it is simply if if you go back and you look at the debates where he debated fairly ferociously particularly the debate on foreign policy noone at any mistake about the disagreements between uh obama and mccain which you didn't have visit tax on the president's character or on senator obama's character and i do think that character attacks and the focus on personality over policy is a political mistake and i think that's part of the problem with the trump interview will get to it meanwhile a quick word from relief factor this came in from sherry johnson in michigan i husband was researching on the internet of ways to ease might paint in both of my hips and it was just a point where i couldn't even hardly walk so we ordered in it chuck about eight five date of the on it oh my gosh i don't even feel like i have any problems whatsoever i thank you with all all of my heart this product is amazing and i and so so thankful but he'll be thankful to really factor usually kicks in an starts working in three four or five days get a three weeks apply it's called a.

oregon congress garrett president senator obama sherry johnson michigan donald trump kristen albany medved senator john mccain foreign policy forty six percent three weeks five days