Art & Soul...& Science
December 26, 2013 5:22 PM
Most U.S. Families Still Routinely Dine Together at Home
Posted by Staff

Gallup:

As families gather around the table this holiday season, Gallup finds that family dining is a part of everyday life for the majority of U.S. parents, and that it hasn't diminished much in recent years. Fifty-three percent of adults with children younger than 18 say their family eats dinner together at home six or seven nights a week. The average 5.1 dinners that families share each week is down slightly from 5.4 in 1997, but unchanged from 2001.

Frequency of Family Dining, According to U.S. Parents

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