Kaylee Poche
LSU Manship School News Service

BATON ROUGE–The latest report in the 2018 Louisiana Survey conducted by LSU’s Public Policy Research Lab found that a majority of Louisiana residents believe that both gender discrimination and sexual harassment are major issues and that the country should continue making changes to give men and women equality in the workplace.

According to the survey, released Friday, 70 percent of Louisiana residents say women face “a lot” or “some” gender discrimination. That was up from 63 percent who thought that last year. Republicans largely contributed to this increase, with the share of Republicans saying that women


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