A person weighing 100 pounds on Earth would weigh 107 pounds near the poles of Saturn and 91 pounds near Saturn's equator. This difference is due to centrifugal force offsetting some of the pull of gravity along the equator as the planet spins on its axis.
The volume of Saturn is 764 times that of Earth, yet it is the planet with the lowest density in the solar system. Saturn is less dense than water. In theory, Saturn would float on water. Earth is the densest planet in the solar system. This is why a planet as big as Saturn has a surface gravity similar to Earth, a much smaller planet.