No need to get out all the votes...

Annie Deighnaugh

...just the women...



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dublinbay z6 (KS)

That works for me!

Kate : )

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carolb_w_fl_coastal_9b(zone 9/10)

Not too surprising either.

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adoptedbyhounds

The poll is six months old.

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queenmargo

LOL- they don't care, it works for them lol lol

that's not surprising either ....')

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carolb_w_fl_coastal_9b(zone 9/10)

Hey if anyone can provide a newer poll with the opposite results, have at it...

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nancy_in_venice_ca Sunset 24 z10

From December 2019

https://www.usnews.com/news/elections/articles/2019-12-17/lack-of-support-from-women-could-cost-trump-the-2020-election


The 2016 campaign had the largest gender gap in the 36-year-history of exit polling on the issue, with men voting for Trump by 11 percentage points more than women did, according to statistics kept by the Center for the American Women and Politics at Rutgers University. Not only could that gap be wider next year, a new Fox News poll suggests, but Trump is also on deck to lose female voters by a bigger margin than he did in 2016 to Hillary Clinton.

In hypothetical head-to-head matches with the top-polling four Democratic contenders, plus newcomer Michael Bloomberg, Trump in all cases but one would lose the female vote by more than he did to Clinton, the Fox poll found. And since women are a majority of eligible voters – and are also turning out to vote at a higher rate than men – Trump has some catching up to do, analysts say. [ . . . ]

But according to the Fox poll, Trump – who took 41% of the women's vote to Clinton's 54% in 2016 – would lose female voters by bigger margins to Biden (who would get 51% of female voters, to Trump's 36%), Warren (who has 53% female support to Trump's 38%) and Sanders (who would capture 54% of women voters, compared to 36% who would vote for Trump in a general election matchup). Buttigieg would win women voters by a 47-36% margin against Trump, while Bloomberg would draw 48% of the female vote to Trump's 35%, according to the survey.

Those changes might seem relatively small, experts note, but they pose a big warning sign for a president who lost the popular vote in 2016 and won the electoral college by small margins in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan. "It doesn't take a lot in this election," Walsh says.


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batyabeth

now where's that poster of Rosie the Riveter with the caption,"WE CAN DO IT?

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lurker111

Another day, another dollar.

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dublinbay z6 (KS)

Here she is!


Kate

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