Women’s satisfaction with how they’re treated hits a record low — the pandemic may be a big clue why

Women’s satisfaction with how they’re treated hits a record low — the pandemic may be a big clue why
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Almost half (46%) of white women said they were content with women’s treatment, but 43% of Hispanic women and 38% of Black women felt the same way. Majorities of Republican men and women said they were satisfied with women’s treatment in society and their job chances, compared to a minority of Democrats who felt the same way. Overall, the shares of men and women saying they were fine with women’s treatment in society have been slipping in the two decades of Gallup data.

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