The Battle of the sexes: who really does more housework?


The debate over who does more housework, men or women, has been going on for years. There is no clear winner, as it seems to depend on the couple in question. Some studies have found that women do more housework than men, while others have found the opposite.

One study, conducted by the University of Michigan in 2014, found that women did about an hour more housework per day than men. This was after taking into account factors such as employment, children, and housework habits. However, another study from the Pew Research Center found that men and women were doing an equal amount of housework in 2016.

So, who really does more housework? It seems that it varies from couple to couple. In some cases, women may do more due to traditional gender roles. In other cases, men and women may share the housework equally. Ultimately, it is up to the couple to decide who does what around the house.

1 Comment

  1. I think it’s unfair to say that one gender does more housework than the other. It really depends on the couple in question and what their situation is. I know plenty of couples where the woman does more because she works less or doesn’t work at all. And I know just as many where the man does more because he works less or doesn’t work at all. It really varies from couple to couple so I don’t think you can make a generalization like that.

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