This interesting survey from @nifty looked at gender equality, with a bonus question at the end about same-sex marriage.
I’m for equality in general, of course, but against gender equality in election candidates. More women should be encouraged into politics, but the approach should be more about making it less of a boys club, and adopting sensible hours for conducting business.
Q1: Do you think there is gender equality in Japan today? (Sample size=2,392)
Almost complete equality
Equality in some spheres only
Not really much equality
No equality at all
Q2: Do you think gender needs to be indicated on job application forms? (Sample size=2,392)
Q3: What do you think about a law specifying that there should be a 50:50 male:female balance of candidates in elections? (Sample size=2,392)
Q4: There are female-only carriages on certain trains, but does there need to be male-only carriages too? (Sample size=2,392)
No need for them
Q5: As gender equality progresses, is society becoming better or worse? (Sample size=2,392)
Not really changing
Q6: Do you think same-sex marriages should be recognised by law? (Sample size=2,392)
Between the 8th and 14h of of June 2018 2,392 members of the @nifty monitor group completed a private internet-based questionnaire. No further demographics were given.
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