Do Dads Care About Father’s Day?

By Jim Lawson on June 16, 2023
SYMBOL – 10 May 2023, Schleswig-Holstein, Groß Grönau: A young father plays with his six-month-old son in the living room. On 18.05.2023 young men also celebrate Father’s Day. Photo: Jens Büttner/dpa (Photo by Jens Büttner/picture alliance via Getty Images)

A new survey by Swagbucks reveals that 20% of people think dads don’t care about Father’s Day. 74% of dads say they do. Other findings:

– 31% of people think their father would prefer to spend quality time with the family instead of receiving a gift.

– most popular gift choices are gift cards followed by clothing and something related to dad’s favorite hobby.

– 51% of dads don’t like the stereotype that they are a bad babysitter

– 47% of dads don’t like the stereotype that they can’t cook

– 87% of people have learned a valuable lesson from their father

– 37% of people have learned how to be handy around the house from their father.

And … According to a survey of 2,000 men by Omaha Steaks, here are the 


Take grilling very seriously 37%

Repair things instead of buy them new 35%

Get really into corny jokes 28%

Tell your kids to ask their mother 26%

Falling asleep on the couch with the game on 25%

Grunt when I get off the couch 25%

Mute commercials 22%

Love to mow the lawn 22%

Don’t like when people touch the thermostat 21%

Finish everyone else’s plate at a restaurant 18%


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