According to a recent survey, the families in the north spend happier time by arguing less, as compared to those in the south.
Though people in the north belong to low-income households, as found by many experts, still they spend more time with their family members in comparison to the southern people.
The survey found that 34% of Scots and northerners expressed never having family dispute; the figure was 15% in the southern counterparts. While 32% of those living in the Midlands and 22% of northerners expressed desire to live with their parents reaching an age above 24, but 37% of the southerners prefer living alone beyond the age of 20.
The worst case scenario of family values was discovered in London families, who were the most deserted in the Britain. One in five living there agreed that they don't respect their parents and 20% didn't possess good relations with the siblings.
To celebrate Christmas, 65% of the northerner families admitted spending the festival with their family, as compared to 42% in the south. While 60% of the families in the north and 65% in the Midlands will have their meals together for at least three times in a week during festive season, only 31% of the southerner families will do the same.
The findings of the research suggest that family values are more embedded in the people of north than those living in south. They are also more likely to live with their parents.
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