Americans spend 20% more on groceries when they shop instore than when they shop online, according to a new survey.

Provo, Utah-based Qualtrics also cited U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data that the average American spends $4,363 on groceries annually. Other findings of the company’s survey of 1,000 adults found:

  • Either way people shop, Republicans spend more on groceries than Democrats. They spend 25% more online and spend 10% more shopping for groceries in store.
  • 27.5% of people making more than $150,000 order groceries online monthly or more frequently.
  • People would rather go grocery shopping than do yard work, wash dishes, or wash their car.
  • Men are 70% more likely than women to choose doing taxes instead of shopping for groceries.