GENDER
Gender Inequality in Malaysia
2 questions polled on this topic
55% response rate
134 responded out of 244 polled
Mar 9. 2016
Do you think Men and Women have equal rights in Malaysia?
Mar 9. 2016
Which area needs more focus for gender equality in Malaysia?

POLL RESULTS

MAR 9. 2016
Do you think Men and Women have equal rights in Malaysia?
134 responded out of 244 polled
Female
22%
Not sure
 
Not sure
56%
No
 
No
21%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
17%
Not sure
 
Not sure
44%
No
 
No
39%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
0%
not sure
 
not sure
0%
no
 
no
0%
yes
 
yes

15-19
28%
not sure
 
not sure
50%
no
 
no
22%
yes
 
yes

20-24
22%
not sure
 
not sure
42%
no
 
no
35%
yes
 
yes

25-30
13%
not sure
 
not sure
80%
no
 
no
7%
yes
 
yes

31-34
0%
not sure
 
not sure
100%
no
 
no
0%
yes
 
yes

35+
0%
not sure
 
not sure
100%
no
 
no
0%
yes
 
yes
20%
Not sure
 
Not sure
54%
No
 
No
26%
Yes
 
Yes
MAR 9. 2016
Which area needs more focus for gender equality in Malaysia?
115 responded out of 135 polled
Female
30%
Political Participation
 
Political Participation
13%
Family decision-making
 
Family decision-making
22%
Education
 
Education
35%
Employment
 
Employment

Male
28%
Political Participation
 
Political Participation
41%
Family decision-making
 
Family decision-making
10%
Education
 
Education
21%
Employment
 
Employment
0-14
0%
political participation
 
political participation
0%
family decision-making
 
family decision-making
0%
education
 
education
0%
employment
 
employment

15-19
31%
political participation
 
political participation
21%
family decision-making
 
family decision-making
24%
education
 
education
24%
employment
 
employment

20-24
20%
political participation
 
political participation
29%
family decision-making
 
family decision-making
14%
education
 
education
37%
employment
 
employment

25-30
33%
political participation
 
political participation
33%
family decision-making
 
family decision-making
17%
education
 
education
17%
employment
 
employment

31-34
100%
political participation
 
political participation
0%
family decision-making
 
family decision-making
0%
education
 
education
0%
employment
 
employment

35+
100%
political participation
 
political participation
0%
family decision-making
 
family decision-making
0%
education
 
education
0%
employment
 
employment
31%
Political Participation
 
Political Participation
20%
Family decision-making
 
Family decision-making
19%
Education
 
Education
30%
Employment
 
Employment

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