THE WEEK IN NUMBERS – 25th March
19% – nearly one-fifth of drivers who have experienced an incident of road rage say it led to a physical confrontation, according to Confused.com.
9 in 10 – Ninety per cent of holidays are cheaper than they were in Easter 2014, says M&S Bank.
8m – Number of British people wo visit a coffee shop at least once a week, with 750,000 spending over £588 a year on coffee, according to thinkmoney.
62% – Proportion of people who feel no better off than they did last year, says uSwitch, after the Chancellor declared Britain was making a comeback.
13% – One in eight UK adults have missed a council tax payment in the last 12 months, according to the Debt Advisory Centre.
87% – Nearly nine in 10 insurance claims for broken bones come from men, says Friends Life.
1.6m – Number of over-55’s (or 10%) who have lent £500 or more to a family members in the past year, says Ocean Finance.
18% – Job vacancy rate in the Eurozone for Q4 2014, according to the European Commission.
4,000 – Number of jobs that builder Travis Perkins plans to create in the UK over the next 4 years, the Treasury says.
9m – Number of cats and dogs in the UK that are not insured, according to the Co-Operative.