Americans' preference of boy or girl children 2018

If you could have only one child, would you prefer that it be a boy or a girl?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 9, 2018
Americans'  preference of boy or girl children 2018 This statistic shows the results of a survey among Americans on whether they would prefer to have a boy or a girl if they could only have one child. The survey was conducted in 2018. During the survey, 36 percent of respondents stated they'd prefer a boy if they could only have one child.
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If you could have only one child, would you prefer that it be a boy or a girl?

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