It's National Dog Day!
The Demographics of Dog Owners
Today, August 26th is National Dog Day! In honor of our beloved companions, we took a data dive into what sets dog owners apart.
Our politics align with all manner of other things in life, from religion to styles, and what states we live in. And there's one that causes Republican and Democratic states to come down on different sides: Family pets.
Dog owners vote Re"pup"lican more often
In one glance you can see geographic patterns among dog owners vs cat owners. Southern states which typically vote Republican tend to have higher dog ownership rates, while states which often vote Democrat tend to have more cat owners.
Dog owners tend to have higher incomes
As of 2016, the median household income for dog owners was $69,900.
That's 16% higher than the median household income among all Americans, which was just $60,400
According to Simmons Market Research
Pet owners also see themselves as better off economically, relative to previous years - 31 percent of dog owners considered themselves either somewhat or significantly better off financially than they were a year ago.
Dog owners tend to live longer
According to CNN.com, owning a dog may help you live longer by reducing risk of cardiovascular disease and death. These benefits were even higher among single people who own dogs.
This may be because taking care of dogs means providing the exercise dogs need.
We Have the Data to Fuel Your Campaign!
Total Dog Owners
With Emails : 21,112,325
Republican Dog Owners
With Emails : 1,776,345
Dog Owners who Donate to Animal Charity
With Emails : 5,848,917
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