December 18, 2013


Big Gender Gap on Most Issues

"The gender gap is alive and well in American politics. Indeed, it may be the defining characteristic of our political system as next year's midterm elections beckon," Gerald Seib writes.

"We're not talking here just about the well-established pattern in which women are more likely to vote Democratic and men Republican in presidential elections. That's true, but it appears to be only the tip of a gender-gap iceberg."

"On virtually all the hot-button issues that bedevil Washington today--guns, health, how to fix the economy, the state of the Obama presidency--the difference between men and women is striking. And it all adds up to a large difference in what men and women prefer in next year's congressional elections."










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