A recent poll conducted by a major international polling agency has found that the majority of people across the world believe men and women should have equal pay for the same job.
The poll surveyed 1075 people from five continents, including Africa, South America, North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Of the respondents, 50.5% said "yes," indicating they believe men and women should have equal pay for the same job, while 49.5% said "no."
Voting results varied by continent. 45.1% of Africans, 55.6% of South Americans, 46.9% of North Americans, 49.7% of Europeans, 51.9% of Asians, and 53.0% of Oceanians all voted in favor of equal pay between men and women.
The results of this poll are telling, indicating that the majority of people around the world recognize the need for gender equality and equal pay. The data suggests that more and more people are recognizing that gender-based pay gaps should not exist and that men and women should be equally compensated for the same work.