Washington, DC, January 3, 2019 —According to a recent online survey conducted by Ipsos, on behalf of Ravensburger, nearly half (48%) of American adults enjoy puzzling at least once a year – that is, jigsaw puzzles meant for adults (e.g., those that have 500+ pieces) – including one in five who say they puzzle monthly/weekly/daily (19%). Those most likely to enjoy puzzling at least monthly include men (24% vs. 14% of women), younger adults (34% of 18-34-year-olds vs. 10% of those age 55+), and those with children living at home (28% vs. 15% of those with no kids). On the other hand, 52% of American adults say that they puzzle less than once a year or never.
Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology (FCSM) Conference
The 2021 FCSM Research and Policy Conference will focus on Trust as the Cornerstone of Federal Statistics and Evidence Building, and the role of the Federal Statistical System in data collection and outcomes research that supports evidence-based policy making.