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Cynthia Villar also said she is also worried about the 13 [Hugpong bets] as it may invalidate the ballot.)
The 11-point rise in the overall proportion of those worried (percent worried a great deal and percent somewhat worried) about President Duterte's health from September 2018 to December 2018 was due to increases in all areas.
The funnyman has a few other celebs he's worried about at the minute, including Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and retired football commentator John Motson.
22% of nonretirees are not worried about any of the eight financial issues.
The percentage of Americans now worried about unemployment is down 36 percentage points from the high of 59% in 2010, including a seven-point decline in the past year.
At the top of the worry lists for both groups are "not being able to pay medical costs in the event of a serious illness or accident" and "not having enough for retirement." Both groups are least worried about "not being able to make the minimum payments on their credit cards."
Among the many reasons that the "Obamacare" version of health care reform is lacking strong popular support is that more shoppers are worried about prices and the economy than about healthcare.
About 40% of consumers are concerned about the levels of debt they have taken on, with 13% saying they are either extremely or very worried, according to insolvency professionals' trade body R3.
More than half of people in Newcastle are more worried about their finances now than they were a year ago.
The proportion of people who are worried about making ends meet rose to 39% in July, up from 24% at the end of last year, says advertising agency Euro RSCG London.
The proportion of people who are worried about making ends meet increased to 39 per cent in July, up from just 24 per cent at the end of last year, according to advertising agency Euro RSCG London.
So, the next time you are worried, heed His advice and, "let go and let God." His shoulders can bear your worries.
"I worried as often as I breathed," admits Minter, CEO of SAVVY Special Events Marketing Group.