According to a survey carried out by the research company Ipsos
in 27 countries, Spaniards are the ones who most strongly believe that enough has already been done in terms of ensuring equal rights of women and men. 62 percent of respondents in the online survey agreed with the statement: "When it comes to giving women equal rights with men, things have gone far enough in my country", with 71 percent of male respondents giving that answer. Among the ten states with highest agree rates were five Latin American countries: Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and Chile. Other countries high up on the list included Malaysia, India
Japan was the country with the least respondents agreeing that gender equality was achieved. Women and men both agreed that the country still had a long way to go. While men were generally quicker to agree to the statement, the highest discrepancy in response rates between the sexes was recorded in South Korea, with 21 more percent of women disagreeing than men. On the other hand, 14 percent more Malaysian women than men said that enough had been done for them.