Me Time Survey Results: Pt 1

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This post has stuff about a previous relationship. My perspective has changed

A little while back Mary and I posted a survey to determine how much “Me Time” or personal, alone time people get. It’s been a little while now, we had 34 valid responses, which seems like about all we’re going to get at this point. Here are my initial findings:

So, how much free time do most people get?

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But how satisfied are they with it?

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It’s clear that most people who took the survey were satisfied with the amount of personal time they got.

My initial reaction

Honestly, I was shocked to see these kinds of results. I figured more people would have less time and would be less satisfied. I suppose I’m not surprised about the average amount of time that folks with under 2 hours get—around 43 minutes. I think that’s pretty cool.

I’m even more interested to find out how satisfied those who are married and married with children are. I expect that as the number of children increases the satisfaction will go down. If there’s anyone who’s good at analyzing data, let me know and I’ll shoot you the spreadsheet.