An Economics prof once told us, "Statistics don't lie. For that you need statisticians." Anybody else notice anything wrong with this article? They provide percentages of men, percentages of women, percentages of people, "a large study", census data, reference time frames when data was collected - all great stuff. They fail to mention sample size! Like when entertainment news people say how much money a movie made, but won't offer the better metric, ticket numbers, because, the numbers would be smaller, ergo, less impressive. Ever fill out a census form that asks open ended questions? Very rare! They're used to compile correlational data. There's a whole lot of connecting the dots and arriving at subjective conclusions without substantial backing.