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## People Statistics > Attitude of women > Should have equal rights (most recent) by country

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Rank   Countries  Amount
# 1     Netherlands: 80%
# 2     Australia: 77%
# 3     United Kingdom: 73%
= 4     Germany: 70%
= 4     Belgium: 70%
# 7     United States: 62%
# 8     Switzerland: 39%
# 9     Japan: 21%
Weighted average: 62.4%

DEFINITION: Percentage of women (F) agreeing with the statement - "Women should have equal rights" in 1999 poll.

SOURCE: Economist, 9 October 1999

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"Attitude of women > Should have equal rights by country", Economist, 9 October 1999. Retrieved from http://www.NationMaster.com/graph/peo_att_of_wom_sho_hav_equ_rig-attitude-women-should-equal-rights

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 Grendel 27th October 2010 To the Kathys out there who think that women are superior to men in every way and should be in control I can only ask: why aren't you then? If you're so superior stop your whingeing and take control. Otherwise, sort out the ironing. Amy+Becker 21st September 2010 Now that women are being given an equal chance in many nations, we are showing that we can leave males in the dust in almost every area. As a result, I have to agree with everything Kathy said below. She is 100% on target.

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