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Attitudes to Women Politicians
30 April 2002
This survey was designed to complement the British Council campaign on the issue in East and Central Africa where separate research was conducted. For further information, go to the: British Council website
A Quarter Of Women Drivers Are Afraid Of Being 'Carjacked'
7 February 2002
A quarter of women drivers (25%) are afraid of being carjacked according to research published today by Direct Line. In addition half (49%) of all women admit they lock their car doors for added security when driving through town. This figure rises to 64% when they are driving at night.
'Man Enough For The Job?' Explodes Myths About Women In Politics
16 January 2002
A new report, published today by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC), explodes the myths often used to explain the shortage of women in politics and reveals the extent of discrimination across the political parties. Man enough for the job? A study of Parliamentary candidates, was carried out for the EOC by the MORI Social Research Institute.
30 April 2002
A survey of people's views on the effectiveness of their political leaders, men and women, in improving the lives of ordinary women
Web Banking Nets Million More Women!
18 June 2001
The popularity of internet banking is growing more rapidly among women than men, according to the latest quarterly survey by Nationwide.
UK Women Say Food Is More Important Than Sex
8 March 2001
New research released today on the nation's wellbeing, conducted by MORI Telephone Surveys, highlights that women think what they eat is more important to their personal wellbeing than their sex life. 79% of women questioned said their diet was key to their happiness.
It's Official - One In Six Women Don't Have Enough Time For Themselves
19 June 2000
A recent survey by MORI in to women's me-time, revealed that even with all the gadgets and gizmos to make life easier and more relaxing, nearly 60% of women aged 20 - 40 years complained they still didn't have enough 'personal time' to indulge and pamper themselves.
Girl Power - But Men Still Hold The Purse Strings!
7 October 2000
The millennium woman may be as comfortable in the board room as she is in the kitchen, but new MORI Financial Services research commissioned by Direct Line Financial Services shows that men still rule the roost on what is bought and how it's paid for.