Four Out of Five Dads Think Mother’s Day Gets More Attention Than Father’s Day

fathers day clip art Four Out of Five Dads Think Mothers Day Gets More Attention Than Fathers Day

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MOTHER’S DAY ENVY is a very real thing.

In a new survey by Procter & Gamble, 80% of dads surveyed said they feel like Mother’s Day gets MORE ATTENTION than Father’s Day.  And, they say it’s unfair.

60% of the dads say they share childcare duties equally with their wives . . . 43% spend as much time scrubbing toilets and mopping floors . . . and 33% say they spend equal time doing laundry and cooking.

Meanwhile, 78% say they handle all of the auto maintenance . . . 63% handle all of the household maintenance . . . and 69% handle all of the yardwork.

89% of the dads surveyed say they’re GOOD FATHERS and 59% say they’re doing a better job than THEIR father did.

So, what do you think?


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