Time per day spent on leisure activities in OECD countries by gender, as of 2016

Average minutes per day spent on leisure activities in OECD countries plus China, India and South Africa by gender, as of 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 7, 2016
Time per day spent on leisure activities in OECD countries by gender, as of 2016 This statistic provides a comparison of the average amount of time spent leisure activities by gender in OECD member countries as well as China, India and South Africa. As of 2016, women in Portugal spent an average of 200 minutes per day on leisure activities rather low when compared with women from Norway who spent an average of 355 minutes.
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Average minutes per day spent on leisure activities in OECD countries plus China, India and South Africa by gender, as of 2016

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Latest available time period in bracketsMaleFemale
Finland (2009-10) 386336
United Kingdom (2005) 382339
Norway (2010) 364355
Germany (2001-02) 351326
Denmark (2001) 340320
Belgium (2005) 350307
Ireland (2005) 341290
Canada (2010) 336294
Estonia (2009-2010) 345278
Slovenia (2000-01) 337283
South Africa (2010) 334282
New Zealand (2009-10) 306295
Poland (2003-04) 323273
Netherlands (2005-06) 301290
United States (2014) 320271
France (2009) 318270
Sweden (2010) 314272
Spain (2009-10) 310273
Korea (2009) 314268
Australia (2006) 297269
Austria (2008-09) 299262
Hungary (1999-2000) 303255
Italy (2008) 309248
Turkey (2006) 279247
India (1999) 283221
Portugal (1999) 289200
Japan (2011) 240244
China (2008) 248211
Mexico (2009) 236206
Latest available time period in bracketsMaleFemale
Finland (2009-10) 386336
United Kingdom (2005) 382339
Norway (2010) 364355
Germany (2001-02) 351326
Denmark (2001) 340320
Belgium (2005) 350307
Ireland (2005) 341290
Canada (2010) 336294
Estonia (2009-2010) 345278
Slovenia (2000-01) 337283
South Africa (2010) 334282
New Zealand (2009-10) 306295
Poland (2003-04) 323273
Netherlands (2005-06) 301290
United States (2014) 320271
France (2009) 318270
Sweden (2010) 314272
Spain (2009-10) 310273
Korea (2009) 314268
Australia (2006) 297269
Austria (2008-09) 299262
Hungary (1999-2000) 303255
Italy (2008) 309248
Turkey (2006) 279247
India (1999) 283221
Portugal (1999) 289200
Japan (2011) 240244
China (2008) 248211
Mexico (2009) 236206
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 7, 2016
This statistic provides a comparison of the average amount of time spent leisure activities by gender in OECD member countries as well as China, India and South Africa. As of 2016, women in Portugal spent an average of 200 minutes per day on leisure activities rather low when compared with women from Norway who spent an average of 355 minutes.
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