On Monday, National Geographic published its annual survey of parenting, parenting books, and parenting guides, which has been around for decades and which I have long used as a benchmark for the most-read parenting content on the web.
Today, National Geographics released the results of its survey, and it was a very different kind of survey than the one that has been in the works for a while.
The results are shocking, but also very useful, so let’s dive in.
Here’s a quick breakdown of what the survey showed, in case you didn’t already know.1.
The most-tweeted topic of the year is parental guidance.
The survey found that the most popular topic for discussion in the past year was parental guidance (up from the number of times that it was mentioned in 2016).
This was accompanied by a rise in the number (2,973,717) of mentions of the book by adults, which rose to 3,816,919 in 2017.2.
There was a decline in the percentage of parents who were concerned about the future of their children.
The survey found a decrease in the amount of concern expressed in the comments to articles about children, but this didn’t translate into a drop in the actual number of comments, and the survey also found a rise (828,879) in comments about parenting guides.3.
The number of parents in the U.S. who were able to read the book.
The National Geographic survey found in 2017 that only 19% of adults in the United States could read the guide to parenting.
In 2018, the number increased to 24%, and the number for the U, Canada, and UK is higher than ever.4.
The percentage of the U in the country that was able to find a copy of the guide.
The number of U.s in the survey in 2018 was up from 19% in 2017, and there is a rise of 13% in 2018 to 29%.5.
The amount of time parents spent reading the guide, compared to the amount they spent on the books themselves.
The average number of hours per year spent on reading the parenting guide is about 3.3 hours per month.
The average number spent on parenting is a whopping 3.7 hours per week.6.
The frequency of children who said that they wanted the book, compared with the number who did not.
The frequency of parents saying that they want the book was a little lower in 2018, but it’s still up significantly from 2017.
The more times a parent said that the book would be helpful to their child, the higher the percentage that said it was helpful.7.
The proportion of parents (and their children) who were satisfied with the book’s content.
The percentage of respondents who were either satisfied with it or were not sure was up in 2018 from 2016, and in 2018 it was down by a whopping 13%.8.
The likelihood of a parent being satisfied with a particular parenting tip.
The most common parenting tip was the use of a photo album to help parents with their child’s photos, up from 4% in 2016 to 5%.
The most common tip that was not related to parenting was the parent taking a break from the book to have dinner with their family, up 7%.9.
The percent of parents that said they wanted to do a parent-teacher conference with their children about the book and parenting.
The study found that 50% of parents would do a conference, and 52% would be able to attend one.10.
The total number of families who have read the parenting book, and also the total number that are able to do so.
The amount of families that have read parenting books has increased by 100% in the last five years.11.
The overall amount of content that is available in the book: 2,972,716 pages, with the majority of the pages being photos.14.
The share of the books that parents are familiar with.
The total number in the books (2.9 million) has decreased by 13% since 2016, which is a drop of more than 500,000 pages.
The median number of books that children have learned in their lives has decreased from 3,000 to 1,000.15.
The prevalence of the parenting tips that parents find helpful.
The share of parents using the tips has dropped from 30% in 2012 to 25% in 2019.16.
The availability of the child-friendly book.
The majority of parents say that the parenting books are appropriate for children, and that they are used in their homes and at school.
The study found a drop from 66% to 59% in those parents who said they were familiar with the parenting guides at the beginning of 2018, and from 56% to 46% in parents who had heard about them in the previous year.17.
The age of the parents that are familiar and the average