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The Nation

August 28, 1986

Jogging among Americans has declined in appeal since the peak year of 1984, when 18% participated, a Gallup Poll found. About 13% said they now jog, and the decline is most pronounced among young adults under 30. Frequency of jogging has also declined since 1984, when 34% of those who ran jogged every day or almost every day. Of those surveyed for the 1985 and 1986 polls, the percentage of those who jog daily has dropped to 21%.

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