By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - New research by IBOPE and the United Nations (UN) Women released this week shows that 75 percent of Brazilians consider it to be of great or extreme importance that managers and legislators develop policies to promote equality between women and men.

Considering survey results from only women, the number grows to 78 percent, while among men it is 71 percent. When applying a filter by race and color, the numbers found are similar.

For 75 percent of whites, 74 percent of blacks (blacks and non-white) and 78 percent of self . . .

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