A recent survey of 2,000 American Gamers found that 72% believe video games have improved their lives in various ways. The poll revealed that 68% credit games for enhancing relaxation, 67% say they improve problem-solving skills, and more than six in ten believe they sharpen critical thinking and hand-eye coordination. Additionally, 38% of respondents said gaming helps them with cooperating with others. The survey, commissioned by Solitaire Grand Harvest, highlights the positive impact of video games on personal growth and positive change.
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