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Women's opinions on sharing household responsibilities with a spouse in Finland 2017

Who in your household was responsible for the following domestic chores during the last spring?

by Agnete Lundetræ Jürgensen, last edited Jan 16, 2019
Women's opinions on sharing household responsibilities with a spouse in Finland 2017 This statistic displays the results of a survey conducted in Finland in 2017 regarding women living in a two-parent household and their perceptions on sharing domestic responsibilities in their household during the last spring. According to the survey, nearly 80 percent of the respondents considered themselves primarily responsible for correspondence with a child's kindergarten or school. Over 70 percent of the respondents evaluated equal parental responsibility for playing and conversing with a child.
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Who in your household was responsible for the following domestic chores during the last spring?

Respondent themselfSpouseBoth equallyChild or childrenOther member of the household
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Respondent themselfSpouseBoth equallyChild or childrenOther member of the household
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by Agnete Lundetræ Jürgensen, last edited Jan 16, 2019
This statistic displays the results of a survey conducted in Finland in 2017 regarding women living in a two-parent household and their perceptions on sharing domestic responsibilities in their household during the last spring. According to the survey, nearly 80 percent of the respondents considered themselves primarily responsible for correspondence with a child's kindergarten or school. Over 70 percent of the respondents evaluated equal parental responsibility for playing and conversing with a child.
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