From the NY Times, it shows how Americans spend their days. It's based on the American Time Use Survey, which asked thousands of people to record how they spent every minute of the day. It, if interacted with, breaks down into demographic sub-categories for potentially many minutes of data-representational fun. The Times observes some things:
- The average American spends 2/3 of their day sleeping, eating, working, and watching TV
- Unemployed people spend more than two hours a day doing laundry and yard work
- People who aren't in the labor force watch four hours of TV a day
- Hispanics are as likely as whites to be eating at noon, but whites are much more likely than Hispanics to be eating at 6:30
H/t to CC.