Feminist Foreign Policy Poll Results

Overview

Our Secure Future polled 1,500 registered U.S. voters for their view on foreign policy decision makers, their representations in that area, and if they considered themselves to be feminist.

KEYFINDINGS

  • 59% of respondents did not think that the people making U.S. foreign policy decisions shared their beliefs and interests
  • 48% of respondents did not think that women are sufficiently represented in the U.S. government among foreign policy and national security decision makers
  • 59% of respondents did not think of themselves as a feminist