While being a feminist may appear to be increasingly normative across the U.S., polls tell a different story. A poll from Vox last year, for example, found that despite 85 percent of respondents claiming to believe in “equality for women,” only 18 percent of Americans were willing to call themselves feminists.
Now, a new national survey by The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation has unveiled additional data on what people really think of feminism, as well as six distinct groupings that roughly encapsulate peoples’ range of views on the topic. Find out the facts, and what grouping you fall under, by taking a brief seven-question quiz at The Washington Post site.
Take the quiz at The Washington Post.