Yes this question is a setup to a series of questions about gender equality.
Here is the seventh in a series of Divorce Corp polls. Please vote only once. Many have asked if we would track the voting from men and women separately, so we are giving that a try. We will post the results after we have received a statistically significant number of votes.
And here are the results, accurate to within + or – 2%
Over half of our Facebook followers are women (59%). The opinions of Americans are changing. The vast majority of us, men and women, believe in equality. There are two wage earners in over 75% of married couples these days. Women comprise 50% of the workforce. Women between the ages of 25 and 34 earn 94% of what men earn, and it is 100% when comparable education and job description are factored into the comparison.
We conclude that the vast majority of men and women want to be treated equally and fairly in today’s America. Although there are some outspoken special interest groups still advocating that one gender should have special rights over the other, these are becoming small, withering minorities. Grandpa’s and grandma’s generation, where discrimination of all sorts was acceptable, no longer shape modern American thinking.
We must now change our laws to reflect a modern America where all people are treated equally under the law. If you wish to join our movement to reform the family laws to reflect true equality, please sign up on our reform list. Thank you.