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Did you know only 60% of people believe it’s necessary to give up a seat for pregnant women on public transport?
In a bid to find out how public transport and pregnancy go in hand, Mama Mio have commissioned a survey of 2000 adults living in the UK to see the statistics for ourselves. As a result, we found out that not only do just 60% of people believe it’s necessary to give their seat up to a pregnant women, the general public believe holding a door open is more important than giving up a seat for a soon‐to‐be mother, only 2% of people believe women in their first trimester need to be given a seat and in fact 1/5 of women were too embarrassed to ask for a seat themselves.
(Want to see all the results? Scroll down to see the full list.)
Having seen the survey results, we wanted to put the general public to the test. We teamed up with Anna aka Mother Pukka to find out how the British public really treat pregnant women on public transport. Wearing a fake pregnancy bump and accompanied by a secret camera, you can watch the reactions for yourself…
Mama Mio believe that all expectant pregnant women should have the right to a seat, should they want it. After seeing the results of this survey we are launching our #ExpectingChange campaign. We want to provide a platform to discuss public transport etiquette, encouraging people to offer their seats to pregnant women and empowering expectant mamas to ask for a seat should they wish.
Got a story to share about being pregnant on public transport? Feel like you’re too embarrassed to ask for a seat even though you really need it? We want to hear what YOU think! Use #ExpectingChange to joint the conversation.
Get on board and share your experiences using the hashtag #ExpectingChange or learn more about the campaign and how you get involved here.
Get on board on join the conversation on our Instagram. Share your stories using #ExpectingChange
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