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A bar chart titled ‘Hours of care provided by adult informal carers per week, by gender, 2018/19 United Kingdom’.

The y-axis is labelled ‘Percentage of informal carers’ and goes up in increments of 10, starting at 0 and going up to 40. The x-axis is labelled with the number of hours of care: 0–4 hours; 5–19 hours; 20–34 hours; Varies, less than 35 hours; 35–49 hours; 50 or more hours; Varies, 35 or more hours. A key also identifies the gender of the carer. Pink represents male carers, blue represents female carers.

The graph shows the following data:

  • 0–4 hours (Male): 25%
  • 0–4 hours (Female): 21%
  • 5–19 hours (Male): 30%
  • 5–19 hours (Female): 35%
  • 20–34 hours (Male): 7%
  • 20–34 hours (Female): 8%
  • Varies, less than 35 hours (Male): 5%
  • Varies, less than 35 hours (Female): 5%
  • 35–49 hours (Male): 6%
  • 35–49 hours (Female): 5%
  • 50 or more hours (Male): 14%
  • 50 or more hours (Female): 14%
  • Varies, 35 or more hours (Male): 14%
  • Varies, 35 or more hours (Female): 12%