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A bar chart titled ‘Who the informal carer is caring for, 2018/19, United Kingdom’.

The x-axis is labelled ‘Percentage of informal carers’ and goes up in increments of 5, starting at 0 and going up to 40. The y-axis includes the different types of informal carers: Parent, Spouse/civil partner/cohabitee, Son/Daughter, Other relative, Non-relative, More than 1 person. A key also separates the informal carers who are caring from inside and outside of the household. Pink represents those caring from inside the household, blue represents those caring from outside the household.

The graph shows the following data:

  • Parent (Inside the household): 6%
  • Parent (Outside the household): 34%
  • Spouse/civil partner/cohabitee (Inside the household): 18%
  • Son/Daughter (Inside the household): 14%
  • Son/Daughter (Outside the household): 3%
  • Other relative (Inside the household): 3%
  • Other relative (Outside the household): 8%
  • Non-relative (Inside the household): 1%
  • Non-relative (Outside the household): 6%
  • More than 1 person (Inside the household): 5%
  • More than 1 person (Outside the household): 5%