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Nearly a quarter of Americans support gender equality at work or at home, but not both: UIC study

The percentage of Americans who oppose women's equality in both the home and the workplace has plummeted since the 1970s, according to a recent study based on survey results from more than 27,000 people.

But the news isn't all good for women seeking a level playing field.

"What our study found is that the vast majority of

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