Surveys about sexual harassment reveal a variety of opinions about what constitutes harassment and how often it occurs. AEI’s Karlyn Bowman reviews the polls and reveals some of the differences between how men and women think about the issue.
ARTICLE – Sexual harassment: What do the polls say?
ARTICLE – Is premarital sex wicked? Changing attitudes about morality https://goo.gl/k4aqfJ
SOURCE – 60% of US women say they’ve been sexually harassed https://goo.gl/T6BTmM
SOURCE – 69% of workers think their work place takes harassment very seriously https://goo.gl/1yDzU2
SOURCE – 66% think that allegations against prominent men indicate a wider problem in society https://goo.gl/PYAbjU
SOURCE – Opinions on what types of behaviors are harassment https://goo.gl/CgAKNR
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