Manhood megasite Man of the House recently conducted a survey about the evolution of the American Dad, and found that in general, dudes don’t think that Father’s Day gets as much attention as Mother’s Day. Eighty percent, as a matter of fact. The other 205, we think, were chicks wearing fake mustaches.
I’ll leave all the numbers to the PR NewsWire article, but let’s just say that a majority of the fathers in the 350-dad study say that they share child-care responsibilities, while still being the primary maintenance man in their home and on their family’s car.
A majority (59%) also said that they are better fathers than their fathers.
And maybe, just maybe there were only 350 participants because the rest were taking care of the kids and getting dinner on the table. Hey man, it’s possible.
Sauce: PR NewsWire