(Un)Safe During Crisis
TIME’S UP Foundation commissioned PerryUndem to field a national survey of 2,528 diverse adults ages, 18 to 64, between June 2-10, 2020.
- Preview the overall survey fact sheet
- Explore the complete survey results
- Download the Safety at Work fact sheet
Safety at Work
Nearly half of women of color who were working at the beginning of COVID-19 say they’ve felt unsafe at work since the coronavirus crisis began “at least once.”
Latinx women surveyed were most likely (59 percent) to say they’ve felt unsafe at work.
Safety at Home
One in five respondents – men and women – has felt unsafe with their spouse or partner during the coronavirus.
One in three Latinx women say they’ve felt unsafe around their partner or spouse “at least once” since the coronavirus began.
Men are just as likely to say they’ve felt unsafe around their spouse or partner as women.
Communities of color are more likely than white respondents to report feeling unsafe with their partner or spouse.
But data suggests the coronavirus hasn’t impacted women’s willingness to report sexual harassment.
About four in five women say they would report sexual harassment if it happened to them.