A century after the 19th amendment was passed granting women the right to vote, nearly three in 10 men (28%) say that women's gains toward equality have come at their expense, according to a report released by Pew Research Center. 

The report, which surveyed more than 3,000 U.S. men and women from March 18-April, 1, 2020, found that this difference in opinion about gender equality varies across party lines with 38% of Republican men saying that women's equality has come at the expense of men, compared to 19% of Democratic men. A quarter of Republican women also agree with this sentiment, while just 12% of Democratic women agree with this view.