Children's pocket money paid for chores in UK 2015, by gender of parent

Chores resulting in pocket money given to children in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015, by gender of parent

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 7, 2015
Children's pocket money paid for chores in UK 2015, by gender of parent This statistic shows chores that resulted in children "earning" pocket money in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015, by parent's gender. The types of chores earning financial rewards were similar for both parents. Mothers were more likely than fathers however to reward their children for help in tidying up the house (39 percent of women interviewed in contrast to 31 percent of men). Washing windows was rewarded by 21 percent of dads compared to 15 percent of moms; similarly mowing the lawn earned children money from 22 percent of dads and 14 percent of moms.
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Chores resulting in pocket money given to children in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015, by gender of parent

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MaleFemale
Helping to tidy the house31%39%
No, I do not give pocket money for chores30%29%
Washing the car30%28%
Taking out the rubbish27%27%
Helping to garden25%25%
Making the bed26%24%
Vacuuming26%23%
Walking the dog19%21%
Dusting19%20%
Doing the laundry15%19%
Setting the table25%19%
Helping prepare a meal22%19%
Carrying laundry to the washing basket16%17%
Picking up toys16%17%
Washing windows21%15%
Mowing the lawn22%14%
Preparing after-school snacks10%9%
MaleFemale
Helping to tidy the house31%39%
No, I do not give pocket money for chores30%29%
Washing the car30%28%
Taking out the rubbish27%27%
Helping to garden25%25%
Making the bed26%24%
Vacuuming26%23%
Walking the dog19%21%
Dusting19%20%
Doing the laundry15%19%
Setting the table25%19%
Helping prepare a meal22%19%
Carrying laundry to the washing basket16%17%
Picking up toys16%17%
Washing windows21%15%
Mowing the lawn22%14%
Preparing after-school snacks10%9%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 7, 2015
This statistic shows chores that resulted in children "earning" pocket money in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015, by parent's gender. The types of chores earning financial rewards were similar for both parents. Mothers were more likely than fathers however to reward their children for help in tidying up the house (39 percent of women interviewed in contrast to 31 percent of men). Washing windows was rewarded by 21 percent of dads compared to 15 percent of moms; similarly mowing the lawn earned children money from 22 percent of dads and 14 percent of moms.
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