Roughly 1/3 that of Earth's. 38 percent :)
Gravity would crush you. With gravity so strong light cannot escape I am sure you wont.
Lunar gravity is one-sixth as strong as Earth's gravity.
The gravity on Venus is 91% of Earth gravity.
The gravity is related to the mass of the object.
no it is not
Mars's gravity is 38% of Earth's gravity.
It does have gravity, but it's gravity isn't as strong as our home plant, Earth.
In our solar system, at least, the planet with the greatest mass does happen to be the one with the most known moons. But I think the cause and effect work the other way. It's not the moons that give the planet strong gravity. It's the strong gravity of the planet that captures a bunch of moons.
Saturn's gravity is very weak.