2 things South Africans spend more time on than other countries

supersunbird

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So where did this data come from again?
The OECD’s time use database.

The OECD’s time-use surveys record information on how people precisely allocate their time across different day-to-day activities.

For these surveys, the OECD creates a large sample of people who keep a diary of activities over one or several representative days for a given period.
 

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The OECD’s time use database.

The OECD’s time-use surveys record information on how people precisely allocate their time across different day-to-day activities.

For these surveys, the OECD creates a large sample of people who keep a diary of activities over one or several representative days for a given period.
Interesting... I wonder what their reach is, or do they simply omit the 51% who live in poverty.
*Edit* they have enough data on poverty to make me think they have a more complete sample than most...
 

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The OECD’s time use database shows that South Africans sleep an average of 553 hours per week, equating to 9.22 hours per day.
Bar-One, for a 79 hour day.
 
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