GENERAL
UN SDG - Gender
5 questions polled on this topic
26% response rate
226 responded out of 876 polled
Dec 9. 2016
This is the UN India. We will share ur opinions with relevant policy makers. What % of women in India are employed? A) 22 % B.) 54% C) 67% D) 40%
Dec 9. 2016
In ur opinion what can we do to achieve gender equality ? A) End discrimination against women & girls B.) Stop violence against women C) Equal opportunities 4 women in politics , work and life. D) All of the above
Dec 9. 2016
Is gender equality only about women/girls? A) Yes B.)No C) No Idea
Dec 9. 2016
With just 918 girls per 1000 boys, the child sex ratio is the lowest since 1961. Why? A) Discrimination against girls B.) Poor quality health services girls C) Sex-selective feticide D) Son Preference E) All of above
Dec 9. 2016
In ur opinion why is women's labour participation declining in Bharat?

POLL RESULTS

DEC 9. 2016
This is the UN India. We will share ur opinions with relevant policy makers. What % of women in India are employed? A) 22 % B.) 54% C) 67% D) 40%
226 responded out of 876 polled
Female
12%
40%
 
40%
8%
67%
 
67%
25%
54%
 
54%
55%
22%
 
22%

Male
20%
40%
 
40%
9%
67%
 
67%
14%
54%
 
54%
57%
22%
 
22%
0-14
0%
40%
 
40%
0%
67%
 
67%
0%
54%
 
54%
0%
22%
 
22%

15-19
17%
40%
 
40%
3%
67%
 
67%
38%
54%
 
54%
41%
22%
 
22%

20-24
22%
40%
 
40%
12%
67%
 
67%
11%
54%
 
54%
54%
22%
 
22%

25-30
16%
40%
 
40%
5%
67%
 
67%
26%
54%
 
54%
53%
22%
 
22%

31-34
22%
40%
 
40%
0%
67%
 
67%
0%
54%
 
54%
78%
22%
 
22%

35+
6%
40%
 
40%
6%
67%
 
67%
18%
54%
 
54%
71%
22%
 
22%
15%
40%
 
40%
9%
67%
 
67%
19%
54%
 
54%
57%
22%
 
22%
DEC 9. 2016
In ur opinion what can we do to achieve gender equality ? A) End discrimination against women & girls B.) Stop violence against women C) Equal opportunities 4 women in politics , work and life. D) All of the above
231 responded out of 809 polled
Female
93%
All of the above
 
All of the above
4%
Equal opportunities
 
Equal opportunities
0%
End violence against women
 
End violence against women
3%
End discrimination
 
End discrimination

Male
89%
All of the above
 
All of the above
5%
Equal opportunities
 
Equal opportunities
1%
End violence against women
 
End violence against women
4%
End discrimination
 
End discrimination
0-14
0%
all of the above
 
all of the above
0%
equal opportunities
 
equal opportunities
0%
end violence against women
 
end violence against women
0%
end discrimination
 
end discrimination

15-19
90%
all of the above
 
all of the above
3%
equal opportunities
 
equal opportunities
0%
end violence against women
 
end violence against women
7%
end discrimination
 
end discrimination

20-24
90%
all of the above
 
all of the above
6%
equal opportunities
 
equal opportunities
0%
end violence against women
 
end violence against women
4%
end discrimination
 
end discrimination

25-30
88%
all of the above
 
all of the above
10%
equal opportunities
 
equal opportunities
2%
end violence against women
 
end violence against women
0%
end discrimination
 
end discrimination

31-34
100%
all of the above
 
all of the above
0%
equal opportunities
 
equal opportunities
0%
end violence against women
 
end violence against women
0%
end discrimination
 
end discrimination

35+
89%
all of the above
 
all of the above
0%
equal opportunities
 
equal opportunities
0%
end violence against women
 
end violence against women
11%
end discrimination
 
end discrimination
90%
All of the above
 
All of the above
6%
Equal opportunities
 
Equal opportunities
1%
End violence against women
 
End violence against women
3%
End discrimination
 
End discrimination
DEC 9. 2016
Is gender equality only about women/girls? A) Yes B.)No C) No Idea
444 responded out of 809 polled
Female
4%
No Idea
 
No Idea
83%
No
 
No
14%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
7%
No Idea
 
No Idea
78%
No
 
No
15%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
0%
no idea
 
no idea
0%
no
 
no
0%
yes
 
yes

15-19
7%
no idea
 
no idea
81%
no
 
no
12%
yes
 
yes

20-24
4%
no idea
 
no idea
86%
no
 
no
10%
yes
 
yes

25-30
8%
no idea
 
no idea
79%
no
 
no
13%
yes
 
yes

31-34
12%
no idea
 
no idea
59%
no
 
no
29%
yes
 
yes

35+
0%
no idea
 
no idea
79%
no
 
no
21%
yes
 
yes
5%
No Idea
 
No Idea
80%
No
 
No
14%
Yes
 
Yes
DEC 9. 2016
With just 918 girls per 1000 boys, the child sex ratio is the lowest since 1961. Why? A) Discrimination against girls B.) Poor quality health services girls C) Sex-selective feticide D) Son Preference E) All of above
421 responded out of 444 polled
Female
85%
All of the above
 
All of the above
2%
Son preference
 
Son preference
9%
Sex selection
 
Sex selection
2%
Poor health services
 
Poor health services
2%
Discrimination agains girls
 
Discrimination agains girls

Male
70%
All of the above
 
All of the above
13%
Son preference
 
Son preference
8%
Sex selection
 
Sex selection
4%
Poor health services
 
Poor health services
5%
Discrimination agains girls
 
Discrimination agains girls
0-14
0%
all of the above
 
all of the above
0%
son preference
 
son preference
0%
sex selection
 
sex selection
0%
poor health services
 
poor health services
0%
discrimination agains girls
 
discrimination agains girls

15-19
78%
all of the above
 
all of the above
4%
son preference
 
son preference
9%
sex selection
 
sex selection
7%
poor health services
 
poor health services
2%
discrimination agains girls
 
discrimination agains girls

20-24
77%
all of the above
 
all of the above
10%
son preference
 
son preference
8%
sex selection
 
sex selection
1%
poor health services
 
poor health services
3%
discrimination agains girls
 
discrimination agains girls

25-30
72%
all of the above
 
all of the above
11%
son preference
 
son preference
9%
sex selection
 
sex selection
5%
poor health services
 
poor health services
3%
discrimination agains girls
 
discrimination agains girls

31-34
87%
all of the above
 
all of the above
0%
son preference
 
son preference
7%
sex selection
 
sex selection
0%
poor health services
 
poor health services
7%
discrimination agains girls
 
discrimination agains girls

35+
81%
all of the above
 
all of the above
6%
son preference
 
son preference
13%
sex selection
 
sex selection
0%
poor health services
 
poor health services
0%
discrimination agains girls
 
discrimination agains girls
74%
All of the above
 
All of the above
11%
Son preference
 
Son preference
9%
Sex selection
 
Sex selection
3%
Poor health services
 
Poor health services
4%
Discrimination agains girls
 
Discrimination agains girls
DEC 9. 2016
In ur opinion why is women's labour participation declining in Bharat?
348 responded out of 421 polled
women
work
education
society
lack
people
discrimination
men
due
gender
opportunities
think
family
india
also
can
don
girls
household
many
still
equal
reasons
will
country
change
need
participation
working
home
inequality
less
like
male
marriage
even
idea
labour
mentality
mindset
considered
families
get
know
safety
social
unequal
wages
workplace
awareness

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