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Young Europeans cast greatest doubt on women’s ability to lead

THE DAILY REFORMER (NEW YORK, UNITED STATES)

(ZEROHEDGE) – A new poll reveals that young people, particularly those in France, Germany and the UK, are least likely to believe that women are as capable at leadership as men.

According to a poll by Kantar and the Women Political Leaders group, just 72% of those between the ages of 18-34 (most millennials and the beginning of ‘Gen Z’) who live in G-7 nations say that men and women are equally suited to lead, Bloomberg reports. This compares to 76% of those aged 55-65 years-old.

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According to the report, the difference was most pronounced in Germany, the UK and France. “In what the report’s authors described as a significant shift in attitudes, younger people are less likely to believe in gender equality in those countries than their older counterparts.”

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