3. The 2019 results found that 33.0% of men were considered overweight due to an average body mass index of 25 or greater, 4.4 points higher than in 2013. The average was 39.7% for men in their forties and 39.2% for those in their fifties.
6. What most often stands in the way of such improvements, according to survey respondents, is a lack of time due to such responsibilities as jobs, housework, and childcare. There were also noticeable responses that cited no particular reason or said it was just too “bothersome.”