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After reading your article about how much time people spend eating out, I thought you might be interested to know that at peak times, over 1/3 of Americans are watching TV. You can find this and more fascinating information on our visualization, Busy States of America.
The average American’s alarm clock goes off at about 7am to get to work just in time for a 9 to 5 job, only to drive back home, have dinner at 6pm and watch a bit of TV before bed at 10:30pm. But how typical is this routine, really?
With new data as yet unpublished from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, you can see how many Americans are doing common, everyday activities right now. I hope you find our display of the typical American’s day interesting and share it with your readers.
Read more about the typical American daily routine or view the real-time visualization infographic below:
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