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Okay, so I really wanted to share the results of my demographics survey with cute little pie charts,but I can’t figure out how to make them in Google Docs (which sounds better than saying that I don’t know how to make them in whatever application I might be using).  So, you get bar graphs, instead.  Sorry.

Not surprisingly, more than 99% of you are female.  (I don’t know whether to wave to Mister Dad or Tim…somebody didn’t vote!)

Nearly half of you, 49%, are younger than me.  I’m not sure I like that.  😉  There are 34% that fall into the same age-range as me, though: 36-40 years old.

Most of you, like me, are full-time homemakers, for a total of 80% stay-at-home moms.

The majority of you, 97% are married.

Most of you have some college education, with 32% having completed college, 45% of you having graduated from college and 13% of you having gone to graduate school.

Household income was pretty evenly split across the board.

Most of you homeschool, with a small percentage just being curious about us weird, unsocialized homeschoolers (I hope you’re seeing that we’re not at all unsocialized and just a little weird).

Finally, more than half of you have two or three children.

Thank you for participating in my survey!  It’s interesting to see, demographically, who makes up the Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers readers.

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Kris Bales is a newly-retired homeschool mom and the quirky, Christ-following, painfully honest founder (and former owner) of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. She has a pretty serious addiction to sweet tea and Words with Friends. Kris and her husband of over 30 years are parents to three amazing homeschool grads. They share their home with three dogs, two cats, a ball python, a bearded dragon, and seven birds.

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  1. Cool. It's neat to see the results of who's reading. Are you surprised by anything?
    I didn't take the survey but I'm of the majority in most categories 🙂

  2. Kris,
    Neat stats! (No, I never thought I'd say that.) And aren't you all official now with graphs and everything? ; )

  3. Very interesting! Does the data make you want to change anything or does it make you want to stay on the same course you are on? (Wow! That sounds geeky! In my life before kids, I was a biology research geek. I blow my cover now and then.)

  4. @ Mama Hall — The only thing that really surprised me were how many people responded that they were just curious. I didn't realize we were that interesting. 😉

    @ Marci — No, it doesn't make me want to change anything — except maybe to use my spell and grammar check more often. It sounds like many of my readers are probably smarter than me! lol

  5. I'd love to have my readers take a survey, very interesting. I would assume our reader demographics would be very similar.

    Oh, and I'm one of your very typical readers.

  6. I love looking at this kind of thing too. Very interesting. I'm one of your fairly typical readers, though I do have 4 kids.

  7. I'm apparently even odder since I have 4 kids ~ but at least I'm in the same age category as you! 🙂

    Does that make you feel better??

  8. Fun! This reminds me again that I want to do something like this on my blog. Who knows when I will though. 😉

  9. This was really interesting! I'd love to do it, too. What did you make the graphs with?

    And, I'm very typical of your readers. 🙂 I only have one child, and what surprised me was how many others had only one!

  10. Interesting. I'm not too surprised by your results- they seem typical of what I've seen at most of the blogs I tend to visit regularly.

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