1 in 6 people can't tell the time, according to research
1 in 6 Brits have admitted they struggle to tell the time unless it’s on a digital clock according to a survey.
The survey of 2000 people revealed that 16% asked said they struggle to read a traditional analogue clock.
Younger people were those who struggled the most, with 21% in Gen Z (18-24) saying they found telling the time a problem.
Other everyday things the research found Brits struggle to do include:
Putting flatpack furniture together: 68%
Ironing clothes: 60%
Using a washing machine: 56%
Defrosting a freezer: 50%
Using a dishwasher: 44%
Changing a duvet cover: 41%
Changing a lightbulb: 28%