From another thread:
•that almost 69% have switched to Paleo in the last 2 years and nearly 80% in the last 3 years. That's a HUGE growth curve
•that a full 25% of Paleo people do not believe that it is sustainable to feed a large scale population.
•56% of people claim to eat less than 50 carbs per day. I did not think that many Paleo eaters were on that low of carbs.
Maybe not surprising, but very interesting at least:
•that blogs are dominating how people both a) are being connected with Paleo and B) like to learn about Paleo once connected.
In fact, using familygrok's survey thread could be a really good resource for you Patrik.
Paleo Community Survey - Which results surprised you the most?
Also, does anyone know the percentage of grass fed beef consumption from the people who are Paleo? I bet we dominate that market. Like the old rule of 80/20 or something. 20% of the people buy 80% of it. I really doubt it's that high but anyway something like that.
Also also in addition to that too as well... I think some of the more suprising statistics could be regarding the following:
average bodyfat % of people who have been Paleo for at least 3 months (or whatever)
activity level of Paleo eater versus SAD eater
reported sicknesses (doctor visit's maybe?) of Paleo vs SAD
sex drive P vs S - perhaps coupled with sex frequency
confidence factor (subjective of course, but most statistics are anyway)
self proclaimed 'happiness in life' factor
age progression of Paleo vs SAD eater. Do Paleos appear younger at same age?
do we consume the lion's share of the pasture butter supply? (even though technically butter 'isn't Paleo', which is quite the anomaly at this point)
do we consume the lion's share of the coconut oil supply?
Sorry for not providing the actual statistics on these. I suppose my comments here could at least help in some way though, via suggestion, which could lead you down the right track.