Paul Djupe has some interesting numbers in a blog post at Religion in Public: Support for Women’s Equality Across Religious Groups Varies Considerably. Read his analysis there. Below are some of his figures.
The figure below shows the degree of sexism across age cohorts by religious group. There is no consistent pattern. In some groups, today’s 80-year-olds are less sexist than today’s 30-year-olds (e.g., black protestant and Jewish). But in others the pattern is perhaps in line with our intuition: the older generations are more sexist, or little different from younger generations.