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Ministers’ Information conducts a survey on the role and status of women in society



Ministers' Information conducts a survey on the role and status of women in society

Information and Decision Support Center of the Council of Ministers

The Information and Decision Support Center of the Council of Ministers conducted an opinion poll on the role and status of women in society, among a sample of adult citizens (18 years and over) .

The center highlighted that women play a central role in the revival of societies and through this role, they have proven their capacity to bring positive changes in these societies. Their remarkable presence in various aspects of life is proof that they constitute an essential element. in the implementation of the process of change in society.

The survey showed that women are an integral part of any society and constitute the cornerstone of sustainable development, and that the roles they play vary and vary, between their role as mother, wife, sister, manager, civil servant, and other roles, which adds more importance to this investigation.

Highlights of the survey results

The most notable results are that 71% of citizens surveyed in the sample indicated that Egyptian women obtain all or some of their rights in society, and the percentage among men was 77% and among women 65%. .

While 82% of the citizens surveyed in the sample expressed their objection that the marriage of girls is more important than the completion of their university studies, and 56% of the citizens in the sample believe that Egyptian families give the same pay attention to the education of girls and boys. , and the percentage among women was 59% and that of men 54%.

5 out of 10 citizens in the sample (around 51%) believe that there is equality between men and women in terms of advancement opportunities at work, and 67% of citizens in the sample believe that this does not makes no difference to them whether their manager at work is a man or a woman, and 92% saw that The vast majority of citizens in the sample declare that priority in work should be given to men in the event of a lack of job opportunities, and 94% of men and 91% of women in the sample both agreed on this point.

70% of citizens in the sample expressed approval for women to hold leadership positions. This percentage reaches 80% among women and 50% among men, 28% of men believe that the appropriate age for marriage is 20 years. 25% of women believe that it should be Between 21 and less than 25 years old, 45% of citizens in the sample (45% of men, 46% of women) think that the phenomenon of early marriage exists in Egyptian society, but on a small scale.

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