If you're having a bad day, that's good news for retailers.  A new Survey finds nearly 52 percent of Americans shop and spend money to improve their mood.  The survey of 1,000 adults was done by Ebates.com, and online shopping website.  It finds women are much more likely than men to shop and spend money to improve their mood.  The survey also tell us that the number one item women shop for is clothes, followed by food, shoes, accessories and books.  For men, the number one mood-improvement purchase is food, followed by electronics, music, clothes and games or toys.