Survey reveals what dads really want this Father’s Day


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ST. LOUIS –  Father’s Day is just around the corner and a new study tries to find out what dads really want for Father’s Day.

The market research group One Poll says, 3 out of 4  fathers prefer an experience, instead of receiving a gift, like a tie or other clothing.

Nearly 50 percent would be happy just getting a phone call from their children. The study says, if you still want to buy something for “Dear Ol’ Dad,” the top gifts include steaks, tickets to a ball game, or a cold beer.

Top 10 gifts dads want for Father’s Day this year

Phone call from my kid(s) 47%
A big juicy steak 41%
Peace and quiet 38%
Taking in a ball game with the family 38%
An ice cold beer or two 35%
A cheaper, practical gift (socks, tie, etc.) 35%
Glass of wine 34%
Watch whatever I want on TV 34%
Glass of whiskey 29%
A physical, expensive gift (Apple Watch, etc.) 29%

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