When first glimpsing the demographics, it doesn't appear much has changed. Of the men who responded to our survey, 81 percent are married and 85 percent are fathers. Eighty-one percent work full-time and 70 percent of men surveyed said they are the primary breadwinners in their family.
But in keeping with the statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau in 2011 -- which reports the number of stay-at-home dads in America has risen to 154,000 -- 3.2 percent of the men we surveyed said they are now the full-time, primary caregiver for their children. That number pales in comparison to the number of stay-at-home moms across the country, but it’s a testament to dad's increasing role on the homefront.