47% of couples say their homes are more messy and/or cluttered now as compared to before the pandemic.
40% admit they’ve gotten into more arguments about housework with their significant other now as compared to before the pandemic.
1 in 5 people in a relationship report always doing their partner’s chores while only 9% say their partner always completes their share of household responsibilities.
53% of couples say a balanced division of household responsibilities is just as important to the health of their relationship as their sex life.
1 in 2 couples think not helping out with household chores is just as bad as cheating on their significant other, or worse.
60% of couples say a more balanced division of household chores would improve their loyalty.
34% of couples believe their significant other has purposefully done chores poorly to avoid doing them in the future.
35% of couples say they’ve gone as far as exchanging sexual favors to encourage their significant other to complete household chores.