Recruit House Company November 22nd is a good couple’s day! The wife chooses the housework that the couple wan ts to share, but the first place is “cleaning”, but one man out of three does not want to share the housework!
Recruit House Company
November 22 is a good couple’s day! The wife chooses the housework that the couple wants to share, but the first place is “cleaning”, but one man out of three does not want to share the housework!
Real estate and housing information site “SUUMO” operated by Recruit House Company (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo, President: Ken Kanno) conducted surveys on various themes related to housing and living, and the results Is introduced. November 22nd is “Good couple’s day” (currently certified by Japan Productivity Center). This time, we have compiled the survey results of “About Home Purchasing and
■ Do you share housework with your partner?
An investigation into the sharing of housework with partners revealed that the percentage of male respondents who answered 55.1% was 39.3% for women, and that there was a difference in the perception of housework sharing between men and women.
According to the “6th National Trend Survey on National Trends” released by the National Institute of Population and Social Security, the average daily housework time for wives and husbands is 263 minutes on weekdays (down 17 minutes compared to five years ago). , 284 minutes on holiday (down 14 minutes), 37 minutes on weekdays (up 6 minutes), and 66 minutes on holidays (up 7 minutes), husband’s housework time has increased compared to five years ago. , You can see that there is a big difference in the housework time of the couple.
■ Please select all housework you want to share.
When we asked the men and women who answered that they did not share housework, the first place for men was “garbage removal” and the first place for women was “cleaning”. In addition, 38.3% of male respondents answered, “I do not want to share housework”.
■ Which of your husband or wife do you feel has the most leadership when you buy your current home?
When investigating which couple took the initiative in purchasing a current residence, the highest percentage of husbands took the initiative, regardless of whether they worked or not.
In addition, the percentage of respondents who answered that “the initiative was the same for both” was higher for double-income households than for single-work households, and one in every three households purchased a house with the same initiative.
[Survey name] Survey on housing and living
[Investigation period] July 11 to July 16, 2019
・ Current residence is Tokyo, Osaka, Aichi, Hokkaido, Miyagi, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui, Kumamoto, Kagoshima ・ Current residence is owned by a condominium or detached house ・ 20-69 years old
[Number of valid responses] 2400 people (200 people / prefecture each) [Investigation method] Internet survey
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