A recent BharatMatrimony Mother’s Day survey to find out “What young people are planning for their mom on Mother’s Day” saw a whopping 6,448 participants share their opinion.
When asked, “do you plan to celebrate Mother’s Day” a whopping 80 per cent said yes. 60 per cent of female participants decided to spend time with their mom while for males, the proportion was 50 per cent. More males were looking forward to taking their mom out for dinner and shopping (40 per cent males compared to 30 per cent female participants) on May 13.
About 90 per cent of male and female participants believe their mom deserved a break on Mother’s Day. On this day, 40 per cent males think their mom will be happy if she has more free time for herself, while only 30 per cent female participants thought so. More female participants believed that being with children will make their mom happy (55 per cent females versus 45 per cent males).
When asked if Mother’s Day should be declared a holiday, 80 per cent of males said it should be while 75 per cent females participants said yes.
Launching the Mother’s Day survey results, Rajasekar K S, GM – marketing at Matrimony.com says, “The survey reveals the true love young people have for mothers and clearly showed that mothers are being underappreciated and certainly deserve more love for their contribution to the happiness of the family and more support in household chores.”