Islamic view on dating
Opinion ranges from nearly nine-in-ten in Tajikistan (89%) to about half in Kazakhstan (51%).
In most of the Southern and Eastern European countries surveyed, fewer than half of Muslims believe a wife must always obey her spouse.
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In 13 of the 22 countries where the question was asked, at least half of Muslims say a wife should have this right.
Most Muslims in Central Asia and in Southern and Eastern Europe hold this view, including 94% in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 88% in Kosovo, 85% in Turkey and 84% in Albania.
In nearly all countries surveyed, a majority of Muslims say that a wife should always obey her husband.
Muslims in the countries surveyed are not united on whether women should have the right to terminate a marriage.
Muslims in South Asia and Southeast Asia overwhelmingly hold this view.
In all countries surveyed in these regions, roughly nine-in-ten or more say wives must obey their husbands.
There is less agreement among Muslims in the Middle East-North Africa region and South Asia.
While more than eight-in-ten Muslims in Tunisia (89%) and Morocco (85%) say women should have the right to choose whether they wear a veil, fewer than half in Egypt (46%), Jordan (45%), Iraq (45%) and Afghanistan (30%) say the same.
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