WHO'S YOUR DADDY?
- 1966 was the year Father's Day was first declared a holiday.
- 1 in 5 women say their first word was "dada."
- 18% of women hope to find a guy just like their dad.
- 15% of women said as kids they thought their old man could kick Superman's butt.
- Coolest thing the Average Woman's dad taught her to do how to be a 'Ms. Fix-It.'
- She calls her dad a average of 6 times a month.
- She visits her dad 3 times a month.
- She spends her quality time with dad yapping over coffee most often chatting about her lazy brother, nagging mother, or mooching uncle.
- 50% of daughter's send dad a card for Father's Day.
- 42% give him a call or a gift.
- The most popular gift for Father's Day is a necktie.
- 30% of dad's think a necktie is the worst choice for a gift.
- 22% of women say they're closer to their Dad than their Mom.
- 1 in 3 say Dad's easier to talk to than Mom.
- 26% of women would describe their dad as a tough guy.
- 14% of women think their dad is a big softy.
- Nearly a third of women say their trait they inherited from Dad and which they hadn't is his temper.
- 30% said their father was very involved in raising them.
- 64% said their dads are handier than they are.
- 75% said they're funnier than their dad.
- 62% said their dad is more responsible than they are.
- 52% said they're smarter than their dad.
- 52% said they're more successful than their dad.
- 27% said they tell their father they love him often.
- 42% said Cliff Huxtable's parenting style is what they wished their dad emulated.
- 76% said their dad did spank them.
- 79% who are not fathers said they want kids someday.
- 53% who want kids said they want two children.
- 66% said if their wife couldn't conceive they'd adopt.
- 6% said they'd ask their best friend to be a sperm donor.
- 67% said the odd of them unknowingly fathering a child was zero.
- 57% of those who are fathers said they're a better father than their own dad.
- 30% said they miss nothing from before they were a dad.
- 66% said if their marriage was in trouble they'd stay together for their kids.
- 34% said work prevents them from being a better dad.
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