If you are reading this in the bathroom, you’re not alone. I mean you’re probably alone in the bathroom. However, you’re not the only one who is reading this while you’re in the bathroom. Thankfully, I can’t say that’s where I spend most of my time.
In what room do you spend most of your time?
A new survey of 3,000 Americans commissioned by American Freight asked how much of the day they spend in each room of their house. In New Jersey, one insight stood out big time. They’re spending more time in the bathroom than in any other state.
NJ residents spend roughly 1 hour and 38 minutes in the bathroom each day, compared to the national average of just one hour.
Some other states stood out as outliers as well. However, it wasn’t a surprise that “New Yorkers spend the least amount of time in their outdoor spaces, averaging just 39 minutes a day. New Yorkers may lack certain types of rooms due to space constraints, but they have the luxury of enjoying iconic parks like Prospect Park or Central Park instead.”
Pennsylvanians spend almost 4 and a half hours in their living room each day.
Arizona residents emerge as major homebodies, dedicating a whopping 18 hours and 39 minutes per day indoors. Iowa residents stay indoors the least, for just 15 hours and 10 minutes per day on average.
Nevada residents excel in bedroom hangouts, spending a remarkable 6 hours and 42 minutes in this space a day for activities other than just sleeping. Connecticut spends a mere 3 hours and 1 minute in their bedrooms daily for non-sleeping activities.
Louisiana residents spend an average of 2 hours and 45 minutes in their kitchen and dining room. South Carolina residents spend the least amount of time in their kitchen and dining room, with an average of only 1 hour and 30 minutes.
It’s worth noting that the study didn’t include time sleeping when calculating time in the bedroom. There are many interesting discoveries that you can find here.
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