Gender inequality is no more, at least according to the nation's men.
A new survey from Pew Research Center analyzed how perception of obstacles for women in today's society are perceived across gender and politics. The results found that a majority of men (56%) say women no longer face the obstacles that once made it harder for them to get ahead - compared to 63% of women who said those obstacles still exist.
More surprising is the difference in perception of those obstacles between Democrats and Republicans. Only 35% of Republicans said obstacles for women still exist, compared to 68% of Democrats who said the same.
There wasn't much of a difference in views between ages, though. Pew found a majority of women across all ages see significant obstacles facing women, while a minority of men across all age groups saw significant obstacles facing women.