63% of women think mums are depicted in clichéd ways in advertising.
· 2 in 3 women (66%) think advertisers have now recognised that women are now equally important in purchasing decisions beyond just food.
· 48% of adults think most advertising reinforces gender stereotypes.
· Nearly half (48%) of women think the biggest challenge facing women in Ireland this year is getting the work life balance to a happy medium, 45% think the biggest challenge is having children while trying to build a career, and 40% think the challenge is tackling violence against women.
· 59% think that advertising has got better in how it depicts women, however only 23% of women think women and girls are portrayed accurately in the media and advertising.
Q1: Please state your level of agreement with the following statements relating to the equality, careers and politics:
Q2: Please rank the following in terms of what you think are the Top 3 challenges facing women in Ireland in the year ahead:
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