How to tell if you’re a house of beauty in the US

More stories from the USA Today Network:• More than half of American homes have plastic-wrapped windows that have the word “BETTER” stamped in them.• More Americans say they have an allergy to certain ingredients in cosmetics than at any time since the 1970s.• Americans are more likely than ever to eat out, drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes and binge on fast food.• People are more aware of environmental threats than they have been in decades, and the number of Americans who say they are concerned about the future of the environment is at an all-time high.• The number of people who are unemployed has risen sharply, and more people are now receiving food stamps.• In the last decade, there have been two major outbreaks of the coronavirus, with an average of 14 cases a day.

The number and severity of deaths from the virus have also risen dramatically.• About a quarter of Americans say that their primary source of income is from food stamps, which are expected to be cut in the next two years.• According to a new Pew Research Center study, about four in 10 Americans are living in poverty, and about one in four live below the poverty line.

The report was published Wednesday and comes just weeks after President Donald Trump signed a bill into law that extends federal benefits to people who receive federal disability payments, including those on Social Security and unemployment benefits.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.