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OLEAN, NY - JUNE 10: Oran McCall,5, waits with his mother to register at dawn, after sleeping in their cars, to see a doctor at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) mobile dental and medical clinic on June 10, 2017 in Olean, New York. More than a thousand people were expected seeking free dental, medical and vision care at the two-day event in the rural and financially struggling area of New York state. RAM provides free medical care through mobile clinics in underserved, isolated, or impoverished communities around the country and world. As health-care continues to be a contentious issue in America, an estimated 29 million Americans, about one in 10, lack coverage. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

A new survey by the University of Michigan reveals that this percent of women have been shamed for their parenting choices. Here are some of their findings… 

-60% of women have been shamed for their parenting choices.

– 36% of women have been mommy shamed by their own parents

– 31% of women have been mommy shamed by their own partner

– 70% of mothers say they are most judged for their discipline style.

– 12% of new mothers feel they are judged by other women

– 14% of mothers have been mommy shamed by their friends