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Children taking mom's surname widely accepted
Published on: 2017-10-20
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050 2A new survey has found that 54.7% of respondents could accept children taking their mother's surname.

Of the 2,032 respondents, men accounted for 48.5% and women accounted for 51.5%. 78.0% of the respondents had children.

051 2Of those asked, 47.5% say they feel that children should bare their father's surname. 54.7% of those asked say they'd be OK with children taking the mother's surname. 23.2% disagree with changing the tradition.

16.5% of those asked say they would accept a concept where the surnames of parents are merged to create the child's surname.

052 2In the survey, 55.4% asked said they thought the surname of the child was a very important issue. Of those, 65.2% men thought the child's name was important, which is significantly higher than the proportion of female respondents at 46.2%.

The same survey suggests 37.8% of those asked say they believe that many couples have had conflicts over the surname of children.

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