Gender equality and women’s rights have been extensively debated in France, especially since President Macron made this issue the "great cause" of his 2017-2022 mandate.
The Weinstein scandal and its consequences have also generated a great deal of emphasis on gender issues in the public arena.
The data shown here is based on questions regarding values (equality, justice), fundamental principles (non-discrimination toward women), and priorities for development strategies.
Beyond the focus on French views, the data also offers a comparison with British, German and American public opinion on this subject.
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