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Tuesday, 12 October 2010


Most Czechs say women are discriminated against in society and are opposed to it, it ensues from an Internet survey by Sanep agency. It showed that most people consider differences between women and men's pay unsubstantiated. Making differences between genders is rejected mainly by women, but more than a half of men share this opinion. More than two thirds of the polled said they think that women get a much lower pay for the same work than men. This opinion is held by more than 91 percent of women and 62 percent of men. People do not believe that the pay gap will be narrowed in the near future. Three quarters of Czechs, however, welcome the European Commission's intention to take measures to prevent pay discrimination against women. The Internet survey was carried out on 10,686 people aged 18-69 on September 21-28.

Prague Monitor