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Recently, the New York Times reported that a growing number of young men believe women should not be the primary breadwinners in families—but a closer look at the data shows otherwise.

Apr 03 2017

Recently, the New York Times reported that a growing number of young men believe women should not be the primary breadwinners in families—but a closer look at the data shows otherwise. An economics expert looked into the data in question from the just-released 2016 General Social Survey, finding that when factoring 2016’s numbers, almost 90% of 18-25-year-old men don’t agree that it would be better for a man to be the main breadwinner. The expert also points out that the data is based on a very small sample size, making the results unreliable. (Fortune