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Women

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by Sofia Kluch and Jessi Gordon

Western Europe comes closer to gender parity than any other region of the world.

Question & Answer

Jihad Fakhreddine, Gallup's Regional Director for the World Poll in MENA, and Iman Berrached discuss some of the issues women face in MENA.

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Gallup's Regional Director for the World Poll in French-speaking Africa, Magali Rheault, shares her thoughts on the issues facing women in Africa.

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Gallup's Regional Director for the World Poll in Latin America, Johanna Godoy, shares her thoughts on the issues women face in Latin America.

Article

Across European nations surveyed in 2016, more than three in four adults say domestic violence and sexual assault are "serious problems" in their country.

Opinion

Gallup COO Jane Miller offers 3 ways to help your organization prove you value women, retain your high-performers and see more women reach the top.

Question & Answer

Gallup's Regional Director for the World Poll in Asia, Nicole Naurath, shares her thoughts on problems facing women in her region.

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Gallup's Regional Director for the World Poll in former Soviet states, Neli Esipova, shares her thoughts on issues women face in her region.

by Annamarie Mann

Is there a connection between having friends at work and employee performance? Absolutely -- especially for women.

Across 100 pieces published thus far, the Gallup Vault revisits historical Gallup data that help put the past and present into better perspective.

Eighty years ago, just over half of Americans thought a girl needed to be 18 to marry, but 22% put the number under 18 and 25% over 18.

Social & Policy Issues

After mostly disapproving of married women working when not financially necessary in 1936, Americans gave slim majority approval to this in 1969.

One of Gallup's earliest polls, from 1939, addressed the evolving cultural norms around men and women revealing their skin in summer clothing.

70% of women worldwide prefer to have paid jobs