Topic: 1 in 5 Americans Consider Their Child’s Potential Zodiac Sign When Planning a Pregnancy
One in five Americans would consider planning a pregnancy around what sign they’d like their child to be, according to new research.
The survey of 2,000 Americans – split evenly by zodiac sign – revealed millennials are particularly picky about their future baby’s star sign (31%), followed by Gen Zers (25%).
On the other hand, baby boomers were the least likely to say they’d plan a pregnancy around their baby’s potential star sign (5%).
Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Angara.com for the launch of their new zodiac-themed jewelry line, the survey looked beyond respondents’ potential parenting plans, and asked about the overall role astrology plays in their lives.
Results revealed over half (53%) of respondents believe astrology is “real,” with Tauruses the most likely to trust the power of the stars (63%).
Other signs most likely to believe astrology is real were Geminis (59%) and Aquariuses (58%).
On the other hand, Leos, Capricorns and Scorpios admitted to being the most skeptical about astrology and their horoscopes.
Even then, the average American surveyed checks their horoscope two times a week, with Tauruses leading the pack again.
Forty-two percent said they feel luckier after checking their horoscope, which might be why two in five (44%) respondents said they’re likely to turn to astrology before making a big decision – especially Geminis (52%).
Topic Discussed: 1 in 5 Americans Consider Their Child’s Potential Zodiac Sign When Planning a Pregnancy