Two-thirds of young British Asians agree that families should live according to the concept of "honour", a poll for BBC Panorama suggests.
Of 500 young Asians questioned, 18% also felt that certain behaviour by women that could affect her family's honour justified physical punishment.
These included disobeying their father, and wanting to leave an exisiting or prearranged marriage.
The results come as women's groups call for action to stop "honour" crimes.
The poll, conducted for the BBC by ComRes, interviewed young Asians living in Britain between the ages of 16 and 34.
Asked if they agreed that families should live according to "honour", 69% agreed, a figure that rose to 75% among young men, compared with 63% of young women.
They were also asked if they felt there was ever a justification for so-called "honour killings". Only 3% said that it could be justified.
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