GENERAL
Investing in the economic rights of women and girls is intrinsic to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
5 questions polled on this topic
32% response rate
2,094 responded out of 6,447 polled
Jun 29. 2016
Do me and women earn the same amount of money for doing the same
Jun 29. 2016
The biggest barriers for women today to work or ear money
Jun 29. 2016
Open ended biggest barrier for women today to earn money
Jun 29. 2016
What governments should focus on to help women
Jun 29. 2016
Open ended what should government be focusing on

POLL RESULTS

JUN 29. 2016
Do me and women earn the same amount of money for doing the same
2,094 responded out of 6,447 polled
Female
46%
No
 
No
54%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
37%
No
 
No
63%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
54%
yes
 
yes
46%
no
 
no

15-19
52%
yes
 
yes
48%
no
 
no

20-24
58%
yes
 
yes
42%
no
 
no

25-30
57%
yes
 
yes
43%
no
 
no

31-34
56%
yes
 
yes
44%
no
 
no

35+
64%
yes
 
yes
36%
no
 
no
43%
No
 
No
57%
Yes
 
Yes
JUN 29. 2016
The biggest barriers for women today to work or ear money
1,814 responded out of 2,087 polled
Female
3%
Your own
 
Your own
3%
Lack of connectivity
 
Lack of connectivity
24%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
13%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
41%
Family Resposibilities
 
Family Resposibilities
5%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
11%
Fear of Violence
 
Fear of Violence

Male
6%
Your own
 
Your own
3%
Lack of connectivity
 
Lack of connectivity
26%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
15%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
35%
Family Resposibilities
 
Family Resposibilities
5%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
10%
Fear of Violence
 
Fear of Violence
0-14
18%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
0%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
0%
lack of connectivity
 
lack of connectivity
9%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
9%
your own
 
your own
27%
family resposibilities
 
family resposibilities
36%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence

15-19
23%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
14%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
3%
lack of connectivity
 
lack of connectivity
7%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
2%
your own
 
your own
39%
family resposibilities
 
family resposibilities
11%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence

20-24
21%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
17%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
4%
lack of connectivity
 
lack of connectivity
5%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
6%
your own
 
your own
37%
family resposibilities
 
family resposibilities
11%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence

25-30
24%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
12%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
3%
lack of connectivity
 
lack of connectivity
3%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
3%
your own
 
your own
42%
family resposibilities
 
family resposibilities
12%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence

31-34
28%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
9%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
3%
lack of connectivity
 
lack of connectivity
5%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
3%
your own
 
your own
43%
family resposibilities
 
family resposibilities
8%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence

35+
30%
traditional views of women
 
traditional views of women
12%
lack of skills
 
lack of skills
2%
lack of connectivity
 
lack of connectivity
3%
legal obstacles
 
legal obstacles
6%
your own
 
your own
39%
family resposibilities
 
family resposibilities
8%
fear of violence
 
fear of violence
4%
Your own
 
Your own
3%
Lack of connectivity
 
Lack of connectivity
24%
Traditional views of women
 
Traditional views of women
14%
Lack of skills
 
Lack of skills
39%
Family Resposibilities
 
Family Resposibilities
5%
Legal obstacles
 
Legal obstacles
11%
Fear of Violence
 
Fear of Violence
JUN 29. 2016
Open ended biggest barrier for women today to earn money
63 responded out of 80 polled
women
can
don
know
men
fear
ignorance
barrier
certain
dont
salary
seen
time
weman
working
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abused
ask
beliefs
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bread
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challenges
convictions
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educated
employrs
exist
expect
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khulumisa
knowledge
kusi
less
long
JUN 29. 2016
What governments should focus on to help women
1,685 responded out of 1,792 polled
Female
5%
Your own
 
Your own
12%
Women's groups
 
Women's groups
2%
Access to banking
 
Access to banking
7%
Maternity Pay & Childcare
 
Maternity Pay & Childcare
12%
Family Planning & Contraception
 
Family Planning & Contraception
12%
Women rolemodels
 
Women rolemodels
49%
Good education
 
Good education

Male
5%
Your own
 
Your own
8%
Women's groups
 
Women's groups
3%
Access to banking
 
Access to banking
6%
Maternity Pay & Childcare
 
Maternity Pay & Childcare
13%
Family Planning & Contraception
 
Family Planning & Contraception
11%
Women rolemodels
 
Women rolemodels
55%
Good education
 
Good education
0-14
22%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
11%
your own
 
your own
33%
good education
 
good education
0%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
0%
women's groups
 
women's groups
33%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
0%
access to banking
 
access to banking

15-19
6%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
6%
your own
 
your own
50%
good education
 
good education
7%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
14%
women's groups
 
women's groups
13%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
4%
access to banking
 
access to banking

20-24
6%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
3%
your own
 
your own
52%
good education
 
good education
11%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
10%
women's groups
 
women's groups
14%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
3%
access to banking
 
access to banking

25-30
9%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
6%
your own
 
your own
50%
good education
 
good education
11%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
12%
women's groups
 
women's groups
10%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
2%
access to banking
 
access to banking

31-34
10%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
5%
your own
 
your own
51%
good education
 
good education
6%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
12%
women's groups
 
women's groups
10%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
5%
access to banking
 
access to banking

35+
5%
maternity pay & childcare
 
maternity pay & childcare
4%
your own
 
your own
57%
good education
 
good education
16%
women rolemodels
 
women rolemodels
10%
women's groups
 
women's groups
7%
family planning & contraception
 
family planning & contraception
0%
access to banking
 
access to banking
5%
Your own
 
Your own
11%
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
52%
Good education
 
Good education
JUN 29. 2016
Open ended what should government be focusing on
72 responded out of 82 polled
women
gender
woman
will
education
make
opportunities
take
bt
cn
educated
empowerment
groups
nd
new
positions
violence
ababambisani
abroad
abt
access
according
allow
ask
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attitude
baphindze
base
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contrace
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counterparts
done
empower
enforce
equalize
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females
find
give
given
govemment
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grow
hand
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include
income
jc
known

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