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Surveyresultsdraft2

  1. 1. Preliminary results – UNDP regional survey on youth and gender stereotypes As at 29/07/2013 8AM GMT+1
  2. 2. About the respondents so far: Male 30% Femal e 69% Other 1% Total number of respondents: 728 Proportion of respondents by gender (in % of total): Western Balkans & Turkey & Cyprus: 23% Caucasus & CIS 13% Central Asia 15% Central and Eastern Europe 49% Responses collected by sub-region (in % of total):
  3. 3. • In the household:  76% of respondents plan to have an equal role in making decisions about how to spend household money;  51% plan to equally share household responsibilities with their partner/spouse;  51% plan to equally contribute to the family income by working;  63% plan to equally share the responsibility of taking care of children.
  4. 4. Acceptance of violence in the family 82% of women and 72% of men think that violence towards one’s partner can never be justified: Definitely yes 2% Probably yes 2% Not sure 4% Probably no 9% Definitely no 83% Women Total number of respondents: 334 Total number of respondents: 144 Definitely yes 4% Probably yes 4% Not sure 10% Probably no 10% Definitely no 72% Men I think violence towards one's partner/spouse can sometimes be justifiable.
  5. 5. Job and family life A majority of you consider to take maternity or paternity leave. Definitely yes 42% Probably yes 34% Not sure 17% Probably no 5% Definitely no 2% Women Definitely yes 17% Probably yes 24% Not sure 23% Probably no 17% Definitely no 19% Men Total number of respondents: 334 Total number of respondents: 144 Definitely yes 4%Probably yes 11% Not sure 23% Probably no Definitely no 30% Women Definitely yes 5% Probably yes 6%Not sure 20% Probably no 34% Definitely no 35% Men But most of you want to continue working while raising children: I plan to stop working until my children are old enough. I plan to take maternity/paternity leave when children are born.
  6. 6. Gender stereotypes and children’s education The majority of respondents are thinking of raising their children free of gender stereotypes: Definitely no 3% Probably no 7% Not sure 14% Probably yes 30% Definitely yes 46% Women Definitely no 8% Probably no 12% Not sure 9% Probably yes 25% Definitely yes 46% Men Total number of respondents: 334 Total number of respondents: 144 I plan to raise my children free of gender stereotypes (not imposing upon them the different roles and attitudes traditionally performed by men and women).
  7. 7. Gender and job suitability: A majority of you seem to think that there are jobs which are more suitable for men: Definitely no 16% Probably no 15% Not sure 8% Probably yes 39% Definitely yes 22% Men Definitely no 20% Probably no 17% Not sure 12% Probably yes 29% Definitely yes 22% Women Total number of respondents: 334 Total number of respondents: 144 Definitely no 28% Probably no 21% Not sure 13% Probably yes 23% Definitely yes 15% Women Definitely no 22% Probably no 13% Not sure 11% Probably yes 40% Definitely yes 14% Men Less of you believe that there are jobs much more suitable for women: I think that there are jobs that should only be performed by boys. I think that there are jobs that should only be performed by girls.
  8. 8. Gender roles in the future: The majority of respondents definitely want to see women’s and men’s roles change in the next 15 years… But the majority of them only probably think that these roles are going to change within the next 15 years.
  9. 9. In the workplace: Over 50 % of the respondents definitely want the current gender- related roles to change, but only 20 % of you are certain that this change is really going to happen. Definitely yes 22% Probably yes 49% Not sure 18% Probably no 10% Definitely no 1% Do you think men and women’s roles will change in the next 15 years? Definitely yes 51%Probably yes 31% Not sure 9% Probably no 6% Definitely no 3% Would you like to see men and women’s roles change in the next 15 years? Total number of respondents: 462 Total number of respondents: 462
  10. 10. Definitely yes 47% Probably yes 23% Not sure 14% Probably no 11% Definitely no 5% Would you like to see men and women’s roles change in the next 15 years? At home: Over 50 % of the respondents definitely want the current gender- related roles to change, but only 20 % of them are confident that this change is really going to happen. Definitely yes 16% Probably yes 48% Not sure 18% Probably no 14% Definitely no 4% Do you think men and women’s roles will change in the 15 years? Total number of respondents: 462 Total number of respondents: 462
  11. 11. In national leadership: 53% of the respondents definitely want to see a more equal distribution of women and men in public life at decision-making level, but only 20% actually think this change will occur. Definitely yes 20% Probably yes 38% Not sure 22% Probably no 15% Definitely no 5% Do you think men and women’s roles change in the next 15 years? Definitely yes 53% Probably yes 25% Not sure 12% Probably no 7% Definitely no 3% Would you like to see men and women’s roles change in the next 15 years? Total number of respondents: 462 Total number of respondents: 462
  12. 12. Ready to have your say? Available languages: English Limba română Crnogorski Pусский язык Język Polski

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