Three Quarters of People Think Moms Get More Attention on Mother's Day Than Dads Get on Father's Day
We told you last week that most people plan to spend as much money for Father's Day gifts as they did on Mother's Day. But that doesn't mean that the holiday is as big of a deal. A survey by RetailMeNot found that 77% of people think moms get more attention on Mother's Day than dads do on Father's Day.
And it's not just dads thinking that. Both men and women agreed that Mother's Day is a bigger celebration. Only one in three dads said that they wanted a Father's Day gift that costs money. 40% said they'd just as soon have quality time with their family. HALF of moms said they wanted a gift that cost money. Only 3% of dads said they wanted to get AWAY from their kids for Father's Day. 11% of moms said they wanted alone time on Mother's Day.