Which businesses are likely to get the lion's share of Americans' year-end bonuses? A telephone survey conducted over the weekend of October 26 by market research firm Ipsos-Reid asked 1,000 adults where they would spend an unexpected $1,000 handout. The greatest share of the bonus would go toward items relating to home and travel. Specifically, respondents said they would spend 36 percent or $360 on home improvements and 24 percent or $240 on a vacation. What's left over would be spent in approximately equal proportions on clothing, electronics and entertainment. Edward Morawski, vice president of U.S. market research for Ipsos-Reid, says that in the wake of the terrorist attacks, Americans' spending impulse reflects their desire to feel safe and comfortable at home while at the same time revealing â€œa desire to leave behind, temporarily, everyday life.â€?