Cold, hard facts are the best. They definitively prove points, and are supremely useful when discussing sleep. According to the American Time Use Survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor, women are working longer hours and spending less time sleeping or enjoying leisure time. A survey by Bankrate found that 56% of Americans lose sleep over financial worries – a number that grew 9% from the last survey conducted. Ever wondered what good sleep is worth? There’s a survey for that, too. A poll of 2,000 adults conducted by OnePoll on behalf of sleep supplement brand ZzzQuil found that respondents would pay $307.11 for a single perfect night’s sleep. Read more interesting statistics about sleep.