From this survey of 26,259 adults across 33 countries, we discovered such facts as...
- 23% of New Zealanders feel that attempts to promote equality in this country have gone too far - but 42% feel more work still needs to be done.
- The groups most likely to be seen as experiencing inequal treatment in New Zealand are those with mental health conditions (34%) and those from minority ethnic groups (33%).
- 60% of New Zealanders feel it is the government's role to reduce inequality in New Zealand.
- New Zealanders were the second-most likely of the 33 countries surveyed to feel that employers should be primarily responsible to try to reduce inequality (37%, behind Sweden on 43%).
Download the report here for more insights.