The results of our “2014: What Women Think” survey are in! View the slide show report below. At SheByShe we are struck by the profound divide that women across America share. The vast majority of women, 85%, share a sense of optimism about 2014. That contrasts sharply with the stunning 82% who feel a sense of pessimism about the state of the U.S. government.
More From This Survey
It's the start of a New Year; time to think ahead about goals, plans and resolutions. SheByShe ask women to tell us the top things about their personal lives they want to improve in 2014. Here's what we learned, from the top priority, health and fitness, to the last, communications skills.
We asked SheByShe readers to create a quote that summarizes their feelings about 2014 and the year ahead. We made a Pinterest image for each quote. You can read all the quotes below and find them as pins on the 2014 Reader Quote board on the SheByShe Pinterest page. Have fun sharing these with all your friends on Pinterest.
The SheByShe "2014: What Do Women Think?" Survey tells us that women care deeply about where they live, and about the U.S. We asked women to tell us what they would most like to see improved in the U.S. in 2014. The survey found that although 85% of women feel optimistic about their personal situation, 82% feel pessimistic about the U.S. government overall. Here are the Top Five Things Women Most Want to See Improved in the U.S. in 2014.