As summer comes to a close, it’s no secret that Americans spend a lot of time sleeping.
And they do so without even realizing it.
But, the new study by the nonprofit advocacy group Families United for Separation of Church and State has found, we’re not actually sleeping much less than we were a few years ago.
In fact, the research found, Americans are spending more time in bed than they have in decades, with more than half of all Americans having slept more than 10 hours in the past month.
The group’s findings suggest that the American dream of spending the summer with friends and family is being undermined.
The study found that in the latest quarter, more Americans slept in the last three weeks of the year than any time since the 1960s.
And nearly one-third of Americans say they are spending the entire summer sleeping alone.
This is not the first time the family vacation has been disrupted by the recent hurricanes.
During Hurricane Sandy in 2012, as much as 60% of Americans stayed home from work and the rest stayed home.
But it’s the latest study to show that American families are getting worse at preparing for the inevitable fall weather.
In the latest edition of the Family Vacation Study, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine conducted a survey of 2,743 adults in 2016.
The survey found that Americans are significantly more likely to say they want to stay home than they were a year ago.
The data showed that nearly one in five Americans surveyed said they are planning to stay at home more often this year than last.
And while the study also showed that Americans want to be able to travel more, a growing number are choosing to leave home for a longer vacation, especially when it comes to vacations at a beach or lake.
Americans are spending even more time away from home when compared to a decade ago, with nearly one out of five saying they are doing so less often.