UT/TT Poll: Voters Believe Men Get Paid More for Equal Work

Most Texas voters say men get paid more than women for the same work, but two in five say the state is either doing enough or doing too much to correct that problem, according to the University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

While 59 percent believe men are paid more than women for the same work, there is a gender gap — and also a partisan one — underlying those numbers. While 47 percent of men say women are paid less for equal work, 44 percent of men say pay is equal across gender lines. Ask women the same question ...

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