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For the top 10 key findings, click here: GLIS 2019 Top 10 Key Findings

For additional supplemental data, click here: GLIS 2019 Supplemental Data

For more information about the study, or how to sponsor future studies, please contact: Doug Kincaid DougKincaid@greenwaldresearch.com

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