Survey finds more than half will make a resolution - but almost a third of people will have broken them by January.
A new survey has found 60 per cent of people in the South West are planning to make a new year’s resolution - but almost a third will have broken them by the end of January.
The survey carried out by YouGove revealed 30 per cent of people in the South West were looking to lose weight, compared to the national average of 35 per cent.
Nationally, 48 per cent of women were interested in learning a new makeup tip in 2015, while only 5 per cent resolved to give up smoking and 11 per cent to stop drinking alcohol.
Other national findings included 36 per cent of women and 26 per cent of men were hoping to eat more healthily, and 15 per cent of Brits said they were resolving to take more care with their appearance in 2015.
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