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54 percentnow have some level of concern about using smart phones, up from 43 percent last year
The national level of concern was the highest ever recorded by R3's quarterly research, and is up 13 percentage points on July's figure and 21 percentage points on this time last year.
At least 8 in 10 Americans express some level of concern about each.
Lead exposure in the United States plummeted after the 1978 ban on lead paint, when the CDC reported that 88% of children aged 1 through 5 had blood lead levels above the level of concern of 10 micrograms per deciliter ([micro]g/dL).
Having designed several other childcare centres for different communities in Canada--commissions which reflect a level of concern for the provision of community-wide care--the architects have continued to explore the spatial intricacy of this newly developing building type to provide visual stimulation and create spaces where individuals can play and small groups work.
The lowest level of concern for the professors was for the category of collaboration (16.
The recent increase in explosions obviously raises the level of concern over where this eruption is going to go in the future," says Willy Aspinall, a scientist with the British Geological Survey who worked at the Montserrat Volcano Observatory this summer.
The level of concern regarding a candidate's view on stem cell research increased among all respondents from 57% prior to viewing the ad to 70% after viewing the ad.