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Poll Finds Majority Of Americans Would Like Things To Go Right For Once

UTICA, NY—A poll released Tuesday by Zogby International found that 72 percent of Americans would prefer it if things could go right, just this one time, without something inevitably coming along and screwing everything up. "For once in my life, it would be cool if things didn't suddenly fall apart right when they started going my way," said poll respondent Esther Lau, who listed finally catching a break as one of her personal goals for 2012. "Suppose, for example, that instead of turning into a total disaster in the end, events worked themselves out in a way that was favorable, or at least okay for the most part. That's a situation I would be amenable to." The remaining 28 percent of Americans agreed that everything was just fine, and why would this even be a question someone would ask in the first place?

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