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    THE STATE THAT SPENDS THE MOST TIME CLEAINING THEIR HOUSES IS...

    Matt Case - March 26th, 2024 - 6:21am PST 

    A recent survey has revealed that the average American engages in house cleaning once a week and undertakes decluttering activities approximately three times annually. Interestingly, residents of Idaho and Maine appear to be outpacing the rest of the country in these domestic endeavors.

    According to the study from Maid Brigade and One Poll which compiled data from households across the United States, there is a notable geographic disparity in cleaning and decluttering frequencies.

    While Idaho and Maine lead the pack in maintaining their living spaces, New Yorkers seem to diverge from this trend, with the data suggesting they are the least likely to spend their time cleaning.

    Experts suggest that these regional differences could be influenced by a variety of factors, including lifestyle, cultural norms, and even the seasonal changes that might affect how often people feel compelled to clean and organize.

    The findings provide a fascinating glimpse into the domestic habits of Americans, underscoring how regional characteristics can influence everyday life activities.