Twenty-eight percent (28%) of Americans look forward to Valentine's Day. When it comes to gifts, Americans prefer to receive flowers or dinner much more than chocolate candy.
Those who earn over $100,000 a year are more likely to be going away with someone special to commemorate Valentine's Day than those who make less than that amount.
Americans who are married and those who have children are more likely to look forward to Valentine's Day then those who are single and have no kids. Yet across all these demographics, 51% neither look forward to nor dread the holiday.
Younger adults are less likely than their elders to send flowers for Valentine's Day. However, those who are under 40 are more likely to receive flowers as a present.
Those who are doing something special for Valentine 's Day are more likely than others to consider February 14th one of the nation's most important holidays.
Friday, February 14, 2014
Valentine’s Day: Are Americans Feeling the Love?
Some call it the most romantic day of the year. Some call it a Hallmark Holiday. Either way, February 14th is here and we look at what America thinks about what people think about "V-Day" and what they are planning for their loved ones.