Like in many areas of life, there also are differences between men and women
in terms of their public restroom using habits.
38% of men wash their hands after using the lav–while…
60% of women practice wash their hands after bathroom use.
Perhaps, not surprisingly, (and definitely fortunately),
those rates go way up when someone else is in the public bathroom–then…
90% of women and 75% of men will wash their hands.
75% of Americans use their cellphone in the public restroom; yet, only
30% of men and 20% of women consider it necessary for a trip to the restroom.
In terms of stall selection:
Women will select the left stalls 34% of the time,
choose the middle stalls 29% of the time
and will select the stalls on right 37% of the time.
Men, on the other hand, will select the stalls on the left 28 percent of the time,
go for the middle stalls 40% of the time and…
go to the stalls on the right 32% of the time.
Source: One Point Partitions