Cleaning and washing is the new “clean,” according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center.
The new survey, conducted from March 28 to April 2, found that Americans have become increasingly confident in the efficiency of laundry, from the fact that laundry detergent can be reused, to the fact it is cheaper than ever to buy it.
But while washing machines, dryers and other household appliances are getting better, they are not without their problems.
One of the most popular concerns, the Pew survey found, is that the cleaning process can be more energy intensive than a standard dryer.
“Americans’ belief in the ability of washing machines and dryers to clean their homes is higher than ever before, and they are more likely than ever for people to say that their washing machine is efficient, which is a good thing,” Pew’s Shari Levine, senior researcher of the project, said in a statement.
“This belief is especially pronounced among women, as women have become more educated about the use of laundry detergents and detergent products, and as households have been able to access more and more environmentally friendly products.”
While the survey was done online, the survey had a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
The most popular product of the poll, the Tide detergent, is also the most expensive at $5.49 per 1,000 gallons (about $11).
Another popular detergent is Dove detergent for $1.24 per 1.5 gallons (less than $3).
The Pew survey also found that more than half of American households do not have the space to use all their laundry equipment.
A significant number of people said that they do not wash clothes in the sink, and more than one-third of those said that the most efficient way to wash clothes is with a detergent.
“The American public is increasingly willing to believe that household cleaners can be a way to clean our homes and homeswebsites, and that this is good for the environment,” Levine said.
“They are not buying washing machines or dryers or any of the other products we’re talking about.
They are just buying these less-expensive products that are less energy-intensive, but more efficient.”