Gender Inequality

Men in UK and U.S. are growing less comfortable with women leaders

Just 49% of male respondents in the US said they would be "very comfortable" with a woman as head of government. Image: REUTERS/Rick Wilking

Annie Banerji

South Asia Corrospondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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