Hypothesis: Men and women have different attitudes towards safety in public spaces.
Method of analysis: We posted a survey online yesterday (http://bit.ly/1MsrIg6) consisting of ten questions relating mainly to safety practices in public areas. The last question was “What is your gender?” to ensure that responses would not be biased. Respondents were not told that the survey related to gender-specific survey practices.This data was subsequently collated and analysed.
Results: During analysis, although many responses conformed to a few patterns, enabling us to guess the gender of the respondent based on those, as time went on, more and more outliers emerged. You can see the conclusions here: