To determine the distribution of housing status by gender, we divide the counts by the column total.

\[\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline & \text{Male} & \text{Female} \\ \hline \text{iPhone} & \frac{132}{182}\approx0.725=72.5\% & \frac{122}{166}\approx0.735=73.5\% \\ \hline \text{Android} & \frac{50}{182}\approx0.275=27.5\% & \frac{44}{166}\approx0.265=26.5\% \\ \hline \end{array}\]

Segment width of each bar has to be the same and the height has to be equal to the percent.

Step 2

The two bars do not look the same, thus there is possibly an association between gender and housing status.

We note that the blue part of the bar is slightly larger for female, which implies that females appear to be more likely to rent than males.