Among Muslim publics surveyed by the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project in 2010, Pakistani Muslims are the most supportive of segregating men and women in the workplace. Fully 85% favor making gender segregation the law in their country. A narrower majority (54%) of Muslims in Egypt also support making gender segregation the law in their country. Opinions are more divided in Jordan and Nigeria. Half of Jordanian Muslims favor gender segregation and 44% oppose it. Among Nigerian Muslims, nearly the same percentage favor making segregation of men and women in the workplace the law in their country (49%) as oppose it (48%). In Lebanon, Turkey and Indonesia, majorities of Muslims reject legalized gender segregation in the workplace. More than eight-in-ten in Lebanon (89%) and Turkey (84%) express this opinion, as do 59% of Muslims in Indonesia. Read More