57% Of Americans Think Government “Works Better” When Women Get Involved
Posted by Tyler Durden on June 11, 2017 2:15 am
Tags: Behavior, Gender role, Gender studies, India, Ipsos MORI, Psychology, Social Issues, Statista
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How are women viewed in different countries across the world? Views fluctuate massively depending on where you live with Russians particularly negative about women’s responsibilities in the government or companies…
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The data used in the infographic was compiled by Ipsos MORI.
Only 34 percent of people in Russia say things would work better if women held positions with responsibilities in government or companies while 69 percent say the role of a woman in society is to be a good mother and wide.
In India, views are far more mixed where a woman’s role is in society is seen as a part of government and business as well as a good mother and wife.
In the United States, 57 percent of people think things would improve with more women in government and companies while 41 percent say the role of women is to be good mothers and wives.