Food may be breaking up Gen Z relationships, a new study has found. International food and cooking resource guide, Flavrstream, polled 1,500 Americans and found out that a lot of relationships are ending because of dining choices.
The survey found:
- 68% of people said they’ve “ended a relationship over arguing where to eat”
- Gen Z was the most likely of all dems to do so, at 74%
- Women were more likely to do so than men
- Millennials spend the most money at restaurants or on takeout per week, averaging $116.97
- Gen Zers spend the next most at $107.92
- Gen X and Boomers both spend under $100 on restaurants or takeout per week, at $91.56 and $82.20 respectively
It also looks like millennials are feeling the most pressure to keep up with their friend’s spending habits. According to the poll, 18% of millennials spend $200 or more at restaurants or on takeout each week.
Source: Women’s Wear Daily