“You’re fired!” 39% of Women Would Replace Their Boss

Published on Topic: Press Release, Bosses
“You’re fired!”    39% of Women Would Replace Their Boss

Burlingame, CA – November 20, 2014  In results from a recent survey conducted by SheByShe, the leading women’s opinion site, participating women had a lot to share about their bosses. Although the survey, “All About Bosses,” found that a majority of the women, 58 percent, loved or liked their boss, it is the other side of the coin that is more interesting – 26 percent of the women hated or disliked their boss and 16 percent were ambivalent. Well over a third, 39 percent, would fire their boss today if they could and 43 percent of the participating women avoid interacting with their boss as much as possible.

Continue to read the full results. 

It’s Official: Women Adore Their Pets

Published on Topic: Press Release, Pets
It’s Official: Women Adore Their Pets

Burlingame, CA – September 30, 2014  In results from a recent survey by SheByShe, the leading women’s opinion site, 85 percent of participating women said their pet is their best friend; 99 percent said their pet is a member of the family. If these women had only one hour of free time, 54 percent would choose to spend that hour with her pet over a human best friend or family member. Over 1000 women, from across America, participated in the survey.

Women Express Concern About Food Safety; Pesticides, Oversight of Imported Foods

Women Express Concern About Food Safety; Pesticides, Oversight of Imported Foods

Burlingame, CA – August 13, 2014 SheByShe, the leading women’s opinion site, today announced the results of a poll where a vast majority of the participating women expressed deep concern about food safety issues. Eighty percent of respondents expressed concern over the use of pesticides and 84 percent said they support stronger controls and oversight over food imports. Additionally, 80 percent believe the U.S. government should take a stronger stance regulating genetically modified foods.

Top Ten Challenges for Today’s Parents

Published on Topic: Parenting
Top Ten Challenges for Today’s Parents

 

Burlingame, CA – July 16, 2014 SheByShe, the leading women’s opinion site, recently asked women to share their opinions about parenting today and to compare challenges today to those that their parents faced. At issue is whether or not advances in technology and recent U.S. education reforms make it easier to be a parent today versus how it was for the previous generation.

Do parents today have it easier than their parents? According to the participating women, the answer is a resounding “no” as 74 percent find parenting more challenging today.

New Poll Shows 75% of Women Think Marriage in U.S. is Weaker Than it Was 10 Years Ago

Published on Topic: Marriage
New Poll Shows 75% of Women Think Marriage in U.S. is Weaker Than it Was 10 Years Ago

Burlingame, CA – May 28, 2014 –  SheByShe, the leading women’s opinion site, recently asked women to share their opinions and stories about the current state of marriage in the U.S. Six hundred and forty-one women participated in the study. With roughly 2.1 million marriages occurring annually in the U.S., and about 875 thousand divorces, marriage is a dynamic, rapidly changing institution. In the survey, a whopping 75 percent of the participating women said they think the U.S. institution of marriage is weaker than it was 10 years ago. The current divorce rate was cited as the number one reason why these women believe it is weaker. As one woman said, “Marriage is looked at like buying a new pair of shoes. When you are done with them, you get a new pair.”  

52% of Women Victims of Weight-Related Bullying Says New Survey from SheByShe

Published on Topic: Body Image
52% of Women Victims of Weight-Related Bullying Says New Survey from SheByShe

Burlingame, CA – April 29, 2014 Weight-related bullying is widespread and devastating according to women who participated in the most recent SheByShe opinion survey, “Women’s Weight and Body Image Concerns.” Over half, 52 percent, of those women participating in the survey said they have been the victim of weight-related bullying at least once in their lives. Most of the bullying was related to being overweight, although nearly 25 percent said incidents happened because they were underweight. Much of the bullying occurred while these women were children or teenagers and the bullies were most commonly other children, teenagers or family members. According to the women, the bullying left life-long scars with several women citing low self-esteem and eating disorders as a result of repeated bullying.

SheByShe Survey Finds Women Have Love/Hate Relationships with Smartphones

Published on Topic: Smartphones
SheByShe Survey Finds Women Have Love/Hate Relationships with Smartphones

Survey Finds Complicated and Conflicted Attitudes;

54% of Women Surveyed “Can’t Live Without” Smartphone; 71% Deeply Bothered When Seeing So Many People Engrossed in Smartphones in Public

Burlingame, CA – March 25, 2014 SheByShe™, a new women’s opinion site dedicated to giving women a voice, today announced the strong, conflicting results of its “Smartphones: What Women Think” survey.  Although smartphones have rapidly evolved into a necessity, with 54 percent of those surveyed saying they “can’t live without” their smartphones; the respondents also expressed grave concerns about the impact pervasive smartphone use is having on society, families and children.  Of the women responding to the survey, mostly Internet-savvy, millennial working women, 71 percent said they were deeply bothered when seeing so many people engrossed in smartphones in public, and only 25 percent think smartphones are having a positive impact overall on society. Thirty-six percent feel smartphones are having a negative impact on society, and 39 percent believe the impact is neutral.

SheByShe Survey Finds Wonder Woman Next Door

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SheByShe Survey Finds Wonder Woman Next Door

Burlingame, CA – February 25, 2014 SheByShe, a new women’s opinion site dedicated to giving women a voice, today announced the results of its “Wonder Woman: Work-Life Balance” survey, finding that the over 700 women studied mostly feel satisfied with career progress but that it comes at a significant cost. Of the women responding to the survey, mostly Internet-savvy, millennial working women, 64 percent feel satisfied with their careers while 70 percent of the respondents with children feel they’ve made significant compromises to their career and parenting because of all of the demands on their lives. Fifty-four percent of women without children feel the same way. All these demands lead to these women making significant compromises in their health, in their appearance and in their romantic lives.

SheByShe Survey Identifies Stress as Top Trigger for Women's Indulgences

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SheByShe Survey Identifies Stress as Top Trigger for Women's Indulgences

Burlingame, CA – January 29, 2014 SheByShe, a new women’s opinion site dedicated to giving women a voice, today announced the results of its “Guilty Pleasures” survey designed to explore how and why women turn to favorite indulgences. The survey found that stress is a top trigger causing women to turn to a favorite indulgence and that the majority of women indulge at least once a week.  The study also found that women prefer guilty pleasures that are affordable, accessible, and convenient, such as junk food.

How Women Feel about 2014: Optimism about Personal Lives Clouded by Pessimism about U.S. Government

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How Women Feel about 2014: Optimism about Personal Lives Clouded by Pessimism about U.S. Government

Burlingame, CA – December 23, 2013 SheByShe, a new flash survey site dedicatedto giving women a voice, today announced the results of its “2014: What Women Think” survey where women across America shared their feelings about the year ahead. The survey results tell a story of extremes.  On one hand, women feel a positive outlook for their personal lives.  On the other hand, women share a sweeping negative outlook for the U.S. government.

What 100 Women Think About the Holiday Season: 54% Love It; 46% Not So Much

Published on Topic: Holidays
What 100 Women Think About the Holiday Season: 54% Love It; 46% Not So Much

Burlingame, CA – December 16, 2013 SheByShe, a new flash survey site dedicated to giving women a voice, asked 100 women from across America what they think about the holidays. While just over half, 54 percent, say they absolutely love the holidays, just under half, 46 percent, either dread or are ambivalent about the holiday season.  Forty-three  percent of women say by the end of the holiday season they are ready for it all to be over.

 

 

68 Percent of U.S. Women Think Obamacare is Bad for the Country

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68 Percent of U.S. Women Think Obamacare is Bad for the Country

Burlingame, CA – December 9, 2013  SheByShe,  a new flash survey site dedicated to giving women a voice, today announced the results of its debut survey, “What Women Think About Obamacare.”  The survey finds that a majority of women, 68 percent, do not think Obamacare is good for the country. There were numerous reasons cited, but the dominant issue is the insurance purchase mandate.