The Tuesday Turnip is back! We gave it a BIG break to give the Internet time to catch up with us, which it has, which means all new interesting searches on Tuesdays! In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages "turn-up."
As always with this feature, the _floss is not responsible for accuracy. If you know one of the below statements/links to be untrue, by all means, let the world know in the comments below.
Today I typed "six out of every ten," unearthing the following:
Turnip #1 Over 185 million Americans or about 6 out of every 10 people in the US live in areas where the air is so polluted that it endangers life.
Turnip #2 6 out of every 10 teenagers who have had sex say they wish they had waited. One-third of girls in the United States will become pregnant at least once by the age of 20.
Turnip #3 A study of US workers has revealed that six out of every ten employees surveyed stole company data upon leaving their job in the last year.
Turnip #4 SMEs employ six out of ten workers in Singapore
Turnip #5 Study points out is that antidepressants work pretty successfully for about six out of every ten patients
Turnip #6 Six out of every ten convicts in Michigan and Pennsylvania are repeaters, in Massachusetts and Washington seven out of ten have done time before
Turnip #7 A new study conducted at the University of Granada (Spain) has found that 6 out of every 10 university students, regardless their field of study, present any symptom of anxiety when it comes to deal with mathematics.
Turnip #8 A US survey has revealed that 6 out of every 10 companies plan to skip Windows 7 in concern over its cost, the time it'll take to deploy, and compatibility with existing software.