It's that time of year where a cold can knock you out for a day and a flu can hold you down for a few days. It was surprising to me that Gallup conducted a poll on Americans with a cold or flu. I thought they only did economics, politics and the like.
What I really found interesting about this poll was that it had a percentage error of only +/-1. So it is a pretty accurate view of the country. The second part that was intriguing was the way they broke down the results. By demographics they pinpointed who exactly suffered from colds or flu more than others. Here is a screen shot of that breakdown: