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Men more aware of stakeholder than women, survey says

New research by Barclays and Legal & General reveals awareness of stakeholder pensions is much higher than average among men as opposed to women and those in full-time, as opposed to part-time work.

The overall awareness of stakeholder pensions among consumers stands at 47 per cent but Legal & General pensions strategy director Adrian Boulding says: "It seems the most likely person to be aware of stakeholder pensions in the UK is a man in full-time work with Internet access. On the other hand, the person most likely to be least aware is a woman in part-time work without Internet access."

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