Distance plot showing the difference between 18-49 year people over the age of 50 who ate family meals together growing up by education level (high school or less, some college, college graduate, and post graduate). For Americans over 50, there is little difference in percentage who ate family meals growing up (74%, 73%, 75,% 79%). However, for those 18 to 49, there emerges a big difference by education (38%, 46%, 54%, 61%). Those with higher levels of educational attainment are more likely to have had family dinners growing up.