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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Gender stereotypes play into Hillary's hands as voter defy feminism

The polls, as you'll read below, suggest Americans could deal with a female president. Following gender stereotyping, the reasons are not what a feminist would prefer.

Many voters believe a woman would handle domestic issues, like health care and education, better than a man. But they still think men are better suited to be commander-in-chief of the U.S. military.

True or not true, the beliefs we hold about woman, statistically, are not about egalitarian skill sets. Men are still better with masculine things, women are better at homemaking, it implies the average American's thoughts as.

Poll results show good news for Senator Clinton
Capital News 9, NY - 20 hours ago
The latest Siena College/Times Union Research poll is good news for Senator Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House. According to the poll, two-thirds of ...


Poll: Most Say US Ready For Female President Local6.com
Is America Ready to Elect its First Female President? WTEN
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