26% of wives earn more than their husbands.
Why male and female ‘breadwinners’ aren’t equivalent (in one chart)
Making $.01 more than your spouse doesn't make you a 1950s breadwinner, or the "primary earner" of the family.
For married mothers, breadsharing is much more common than breadwinning
The average father-earning-more-than-his-wife earns a much greater share of couple income that the average mother-earning-more-than-her-husband.
More married mothers earn more than their husbands
More primary-breadwinning (not the same as breadwinning).