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People see more diversity, gender equality, survey says
People around the world generally say their country is more diverse and has greater gender equality today compared to the past, but also say overall family ties are getting weaker.

Those are among the major findings in a study published by bipartisan fact tank Pew Research Center, US News reported.

"Medians of around seven-in-ten say their countries have become more diverse and that gender equality has increased over the past 20 years," said the authors of the report, which surveyed 30,133 people in 27 countries. "And roughly six-in-ten across the countries surveyed say that family ties have weakened."

Elsewhere, men are more likely than women to say gender equality has increased, according to the survey. Countries that showed the greatest differences between men and women's views on gender equality include Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, South Korea and Canada.

And while a median of 64 percent of survey respondents favor more gender equality, just 45 percent support greater diversity, according to the report. Among the major findings from the survey:

 

The survey results are the latest findings Pew has published on cultural change and the aspects of globalization's impact on economies and public opinion in countries. The survey was conducted in the spring of 2018.

 

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