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Appendix 6-J:
G20 Public Opinion on Gender Equality

From Chapter 6: Achieving Gender Equality through G7 and G20 Governance, by Julia Kulik
In Accountability for Effectiveness in Global Governance
edited by John Kirton and Marina Larionova
available from Routledge, 2018

Member % who view gender equality as an important fundamental principle Average G20 compliance Average G7/8 compliance
Canada 94 +0.63 +0.94
Germany 92 +0.67 +0.53
United Kingdom 92 +0.75 +0.67
Australia 92 +0.56  
United States 91 +0.50 +0.72
France 83 +0.38 +0.53
Italy 82 +0.25 +0.13
Argentina 82 0  
Brazil 82 +0.38
Mexico 73 0
India 71 +0.38
South Africa 67 +0.13
Korea 64 +0.56
Japan 60 +0.33 +0.37
Russia 58 0 +0.08
Turkey 48 −0.13
Indonesia 44 −0.38
China N/A +0.38
Saudi Arabia N/A +0.13

Notes:
2015. http://www.pewglobal.org/2015/11/18/appendix-c-detailed-tables/.
G20 compliance is averaged over nine assessments.
G7/8 compliance is averaged over 19 assessments.
Source: Richard Wike and Katie Simmons (2015), Global Attitude and Trends. Pew Research Center. November 18.


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