SOCIAL POLICY
UN Women - Investing in the economic rights of women and girls
4 questions polled on this topic
23% response rate
4,145 responded out of 18,048 polled
Jun 26. 2016
Do you think men and women earn the same amount of money for doing the same job?
Jun 26. 2016
What are the biggest barriers for women today to work or earn money?
Jun 26. 2016
What should governments be focusing on to help women get good jobs and earn money?
Jun 26. 2016
What can be done to improve people’s attitudes & beliefs to encourage more women to work?

POLL RESULTS

JUN 26. 2016
Do you think men and women earn the same amount of money for doing the same job?
4,145 responded out of 18,048 polled
Female
40%
No
 
No
60%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
44%
No
 
No
56%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
61%
yes
 
yes
39%
no
 
no

15-19
62%
yes
 
yes
38%
no
 
no

20-24
56%
yes
 
yes
44%
no
 
no

25-30
52%
yes
 
yes
48%
no
 
no

31-34
56%
yes
 
yes
44%
no
 
no

35+
52%
yes
 
yes
48%
no
 
no
43%
No
 
No
57%
Yes
 
Yes
JUN 26. 2016
What are the biggest barriers for women today to work or earn money?
3,011 responded out of 4,146 polled
Female
2%
Lack of digital connectivity
 
Lack of digital connectivity
23%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
3%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
40%
Family responsibilities
 
Family responsibilities
6%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
26%
Fear of Violence
 
Fear of Violence

Male
2%
Lack of digital connectivity
 
Lack of digital connectivity
20%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
6%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
40%
Family responsibilities
 
Family responsibilities
7%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
24%
Fear of Violence
 
Fear of Violence
0-14
17%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
0%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
8%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
67%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
8%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
0%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

15-19
17%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
6%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
9%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
40%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
26%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
2%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

20-24
23%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
5%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
6%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
39%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
25%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
2%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

25-30
20%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
5%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
5%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
44%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
24%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
3%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

31-34
27%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
8%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
2%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
33%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
31%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
0%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

35+
24%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
8%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
9%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
41%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
17%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
2%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity
2%
Lack of digital connectivity
 
Lack of digital connectivity
20%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
6%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
40%
Family responsibilities
 
Family responsibilities
7%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
25%
Fear of Violence
 
Fear of Violence
JUN 26. 2016
What should governments be focusing on to help women get good jobs and earn money?
2,477 responded out of 3,113 polled
Female
5%
Women’s groups
 
Women’s groups
4%
Access to banking
 
Access to banking
10%
Maternity Pay & Childcare
 
Maternity Pay & Childcare
10%
Family Planning & Contraception
 
Family Planning & Contraception
13%
Women rolemodels
 
Women rolemodels
58%
Good education
 
Good education

Male
5%
Women’s groups
 
Women’s groups
3%
Access to banking
 
Access to banking
7%
Maternity Pay & Childcare
 
Maternity Pay & Childcare
12%
Family Planning & Contraception
 
Family Planning & Contraception
11%
Women rolemodels
 
Women rolemodels
62%
Good education
 
Good education
0-14
0%
women’s groups
 
women’s groups
0%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
46%
good education
 
good education
23%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
31%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
0%
access to banking
 
access to banking

15-19
4%
women’s groups
 
women’s groups
5%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
66%
good education
 
good education
9%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
13%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
3%
access to banking
 
access to banking

20-24
6%
women’s groups
 
women’s groups
7%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
59%
good education
 
good education
14%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
11%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
3%
access to banking
 
access to banking

25-30
6%
women’s groups
 
women’s groups
8%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
62%
good education
 
good education
10%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
10%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
3%
access to banking
 
access to banking

31-34
5%
women’s groups
 
women’s groups
7%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
56%
good education
 
good education
17%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
10%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
5%
access to banking
 
access to banking

35+
4%
women’s groups
 
women’s groups
9%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
68%
good education
 
good education
5%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
9%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
5%
access to banking
 
access to banking
5%
Women’s groups
 
Women’s groups
3%
Access to banking
 
Access to banking
8%
Maternity Pay & Childcare
 
Maternity Pay & Childcare
11%
Family Planning & Contraception
 
Family Planning & Contraception
12%
Women rolemodels
 
Women rolemodels
61%
Good education
 
Good education
JUN 26. 2016
What can be done to improve people’s attitudes & beliefs to encourage more women to work?
1,936 responded out of 2,582 polled
women
ko
education
ki
people
ka
awareness
khawateen
work
kr
se
ke
taleem
can
educate
men
respect
change
society
give
kar
logon
rights
good
logo
un
hai
kam
womens
equal
chahye
ho
achi
islam
aur
encourage
soch
working
job
need
sy
krna
mard
apni
aurat
improve
positive
wo
every
sath

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