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Opinions on stay-at-home fathers being less of a man in South Korea 2019

Share of respondents who agree that a man staying home to look after children is less of a man in South Korea as of January 2019

by Won So, last edited Apr 10, 2019
Opinions on stay-at-home fathers being less of a man in South Korea 2019 This statistic shows the share of respondents who agree that a man who stays home to look after his children is less of a man in South Korea as of January 2019. According to the Ipsos survey, 76 percent of respondents were of the opinion that stay-at-home fathers were less of a man in South Korea.
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Share of respondents who agree that a man staying home to look after children is less of a man in South Korea as of January 2019

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by Won So, last edited Apr 10, 2019
This statistic shows the share of respondents who agree that a man who stays home to look after his children is less of a man in South Korea as of January 2019. According to the Ipsos survey, 76 percent of respondents were of the opinion that stay-at-home fathers were less of a man in South Korea.
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