U-REPORTERS GENERAL
Do you think men and women earn the same amount of money for doing the same job?
4 questions polled on this topic
8% response rate
110,453 responded out of 1,372,143 polled
Jul 6. 2016
Do you think men and women earn the same amount of money for doing the same job? Answer a)YES or b)NO
Jul 6. 2016
Which of the following do you think are the biggest barriers for women today to work or earn money?
Jul 6. 2016
Other responses
Jul 6. 2016
What should governments be focusing on to help women get good jobs and earn money?

POLL RESULTS

JUL 6. 2016
Do you think men and women earn the same amount of money for doing the same job? Answer a)YES or b)NO
110,453 responded out of 1,372,143 polled
Female
34%
No
 
No
66%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
32%
No
 
No
68%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
0%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no

15-19
57%
yes
 
yes
43%
no
 
no

20-24
61%
yes
 
yes
39%
no
 
no

25-30
69%
yes
 
yes
31%
no
 
no

31-34
73%
yes
 
yes
27%
no
 
no

35+
75%
yes
 
yes
25%
no
 
no
33%
No
 
No
67%
Yes
 
Yes
JUL 6. 2016
Which of the following do you think are the biggest barriers for women today to work or earn money?
74,144 responded out of 110,453 polled
Female
2%
Lack of digital connectivity
 
Lack of digital connectivity
15%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
9%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
46%
Family responsibilities
 
Family responsibilities
8%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
20%
Fear of violence
 
Fear of violence

Male
2%
Lack of digital connectivity
 
Lack of digital connectivity
19%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
10%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
40%
Family responsibilities
 
Family responsibilities
8%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
22%
Fear of violence
 
Fear of violence
0-14
0%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
0%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
0%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
0%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
0%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
0%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

15-19
11%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
10%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
13%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
39%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
24%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
3%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

20-24
17%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
8%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
9%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
42%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
21%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
2%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

25-30
19%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
9%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
7%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
44%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
20%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
2%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

31-34
18%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
9%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
7%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
42%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
21%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
2%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity

35+
18%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
11%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
7%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
41%
family responsibilities
 
family responsibilities
21%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
2%
lack of digital connectivity
 
lack of digital connectivity
2%
Lack of digital connectivity
 
Lack of digital connectivity
17%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
10%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
42%
Family responsibilities
 
Family responsibilities
8%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
21%
Fear of violence
 
Fear of violence
JUL 6. 2016
Other responses
2,361 responded out of 3,054 polled
responsibilities
laziness
earn
money
complex
will
finance
office
attitude
combination
given
opposite
take
unemployment
beliefs
factor
intimidation
base
cause
difference
effect
empowerment
end
environment
except
glass
harrasement
health
ignorance
labour
lazyness
must
refusing
sai
selfish
treatment
ar
bayyana
becouse
belives
bias
bodily
case
chores
compared
connective
constrain
dabam
determination
dictations
JUL 6. 2016
What should governments be focusing on to help women get good jobs and earn money?
59,672 responded out of 76,505 polled
Female
5%
womens groups
 
womens groups
3%
banking
 
banking
13%
maternity
 
maternity
10%
family planing
 
family planing
14%
women role models
 
women role models
55%
Good education
 
Good education

Male
4%
womens groups
 
womens groups
3%
banking
 
banking
9%
maternity
 
maternity
10%
family planing
 
family planing
13%
women role models
 
women role models
62%
Good education
 
Good education
0-14
0%
womens groups
 
womens groups
0%
family planing
 
family planing
0%
banking
 
banking
0%
good education
 
good education
0%
maternity
 
maternity
0%
women role models
 
women role models

15-19
5%
womens groups
 
womens groups
13%
family planing
 
family planing
4%
banking
 
banking
53%
good education
 
good education
10%
maternity
 
maternity
15%
women role models
 
women role models

20-24
6%
womens groups
 
womens groups
11%
family planing
 
family planing
3%
banking
 
banking
55%
good education
 
good education
10%
maternity
 
maternity
15%
women role models
 
women role models

25-30
4%
womens groups
 
womens groups
10%
family planing
 
family planing
3%
banking
 
banking
57%
good education
 
good education
11%
maternity
 
maternity
14%
women role models
 
women role models

31-34
4%
womens groups
 
womens groups
8%
family planing
 
family planing
3%
banking
 
banking
63%
good education
 
good education
11%
maternity
 
maternity
11%
women role models
 
women role models

35+
3%
womens groups
 
womens groups
7%
family planing
 
family planing
3%
banking
 
banking
68%
good education
 
good education
9%
maternity
 
maternity
10%
women role models
 
women role models
4%
womens groups
 
womens groups
3%
banking
 
banking
10%
maternity
 
maternity
10%
family planing
 
family planing
13%
women role models
 
women role models
60%
Good education
 
Good education

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