Attitude on gender equality in selected countries in 2010

This statistic shows the results of survey in selected countries all over the world regarding the equality of women and men. The survey was conducted in 2010. 97 percent of the respondents from the United States think that women should have equal rights with men, while 2 percent of American respondents think that they should not have equal rights.

Do you think women should have equal rights with men, or shouldn’t they?

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Source

Release date

July 2010

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

April 7 to May 8, 2010

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

United States: N=1,002
Britain: N=750
France: N=752
Germany:N=750
Spain: N=755
Poland: N=750
Russia: N=1,001
Turkey: N=1,003
Egypt: N=1,000
Jordan: N=1,000
Lebanon: N=1,000
China: N=3,262
India: N=2,254
Indonesia: N=1,000
Japan: N=700
Pakistan: N=2,000
South Korea: N=706
Argentina: N=803
Brazil: N=1,000
Mexico: N=1,300
Kenya: N=1,002
Nigeria: N=1,000

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