Do the people who identify as men and women respond differently to the Spirit Map items? Of the 768 people who have completed Spirit Map*, 466 identified as female and 220 identified as male. Nine people responded with a different gender identity, which does not give us enough data to say anything definitive about their responses. The rest did not respond.
We notice two patterns in the responses of women and men:
Here are the nine items with a statistically significant difference (at the 90% level) between women’s and men’s self-assessment ratings:
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*We have four sources for this data. Three data sets come from three Unitarian Universalist congregations, one in Minnesota (n=248), one in Colorado (n=302), and one in Massachusetts (n=133). The third data source is from individuals who have independently taken the Spirit Map survey (n=85).
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