“We conducted this survey to find out how aware Americans are of their habits and how much they affect things like their health and life expectancy,” says Alison Robb, a Senior Marketing Specialist with Vantis Life, in a statement. “We were surprised how unwilling people were to give up things they know are not healthy.”
When asked why they’d continue with their bad habits, 32 percent said they weren’t satisfied with the health warnings. Also, only 28 percent of participants admitted to wanting to know when they’ll die.
You can read the full study here.