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Hinkley, New Jersey, is a quaint suburb of New York City where the summer heat can last into the fall.

And yet, when I went to pick up my Christmas present, I thought to myself, “I guess I shouldn’t have brought that.”

I mean, I’m an avid reader of New Yorker, but I can’t get past the story of how one woman and her son spent more than a year with no power, no electricity, and no phone, no internet access, until a few months ago when the government finally started handing out $4,000 in grants.

“That was the most incredible gift that I’ve ever received,” said Stephanie, the man’s name.

“It’s a little bit of a miracle, to say the least.”

For a time, Stephanie said, the family didn’t have a computer.

And when she couldn’t pay her bills, she worked two jobs to make ends meet.

Now she can read the newspapers and watch the TV.

“My family has a lot of pride in the fact that I have a job,” she said.

“I do what I do to support my family.”

But as a single mother, Stephanie’s experience is an anomaly.

“This is a little weird,” said Jessica, who asked to use her first name to protect her identity.

“But we live in New Jersey.”

Jessica’s mother, Maria, said that she’s never had a Christmas without electricity, either.

And even though Jessica’s husband is a doctor and works in the public sector, Jessica’s kids still get a monthly checkup.

The family has no power on Christmas, and Stephanie has to stay in the house until it gets warm.

“You have to be in a place that can keep you warm,” Maria said.

Jessica, too, feels the power bill.

“When it’s really cold outside, it’s like you’re in the desert, or you’re going to be buried,” she joked.

Jessica and her husband, Alex, are now living in an RV in their backyard.

And despite all of the Christmas cheer, Jessica is still a bit nervous.

“If we’re not having power, we don’t know how long it will last,” she says.

“We don’t really know if we can keep going.”

And Jessica’s family isn’t alone.

A new study from the Pew Charitable Trusts finds that a staggering 30% of US adults do not have power for the holidays.

The lack of electricity can mean long waits for groceries and electricity to get there, and it can also mean a longer commute.

“People in rural areas are not necessarily going to have the same amount of time to do it,” said Matt Schubert, the Pew researcher.

“So people are going to need to take the time to get something done.”

Schuber said that the lack of power could lead to increased health issues like hypothermia, which is when the body starts losing its ability to cool itself.

“There’s a real risk of hypothermic episodes,” he said.

And that risk could be even higher in rural communities.

The Pew study also found that more than half of Americans, or 51%, have used some kind of indoor heating or air conditioner during the last year, and nearly one-third have used electricity to control their temperature during the past month.

The most common form of indoor heat is an induction oven, and more than 60% of Americans are now using induction ovens.

But the Pew study found that most of the homes surveyed are either still using traditional heating systems, or have replaced them with energy efficient appliances.

“The data clearly shows that there are more and more people who are living in areas where they can’t access power,” Schubricht said.

In the wake of the study, the Trump administration has launched an effort to expand access to energy efficient systems and make the process more affordable for households.

But as the Pew report showed, it might not be enough.

For all the excitement around the lights, the majority of Americans still do not feel safe enough to open their homes.

In 2016, just under a quarter of households had power in their home, according to the Pew data.

The number of people who live in areas without power is on the rise, too.

According to Pew, 18% of households in 2017 had no power at all.

This is on top of a nearly 25% jump in the number of households without electricity from 2012 to 2017.

But even if Americans get access to electricity, it may not be as reliable as they’d like.

A recent report from the National Academy of Sciences found that “the electric grid is still far from reliable and not universally available in many parts of the world.”

In many parts, the grid has been shut down for months at a time.

And while the electric grid can be repaired, even the most sophisticated systems can fail at a point.

“In many cases, the problem is not the