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Women back up in 12 key swing states


October 18, 2012

According to the findings of a survey conducted on Oct 5-11 by USA Today/Gallup, women in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin prefer  President Obama over  Governor Romney on  most social and economic issues. In contrast, men in those states have a positive attitude toward Gov. Romney on issues they are concerned about.

Here is one example:


As you can see the survey was conducted after the first debate and before the second one. Obviously, women and men appear to see things different. Also, they have different “agendas”. Without going through all of the details, let’s share another part of what Gallup calls ‘the implications’:

“These Gallup findings suggest that one cause for the gender gap in presidential preferences may be the fact that the two genders prioritize different issues. Both men and women are concerned with matters related to the economy and the federal budget deficit. But a significant percentage of female voters are concerned with social issues such as abortion and equality — issues not mentioned by men, and issues that play to Obama’s strengths…”

And to Gov. Romney, “…To attract more female supporters, Romney must continue to focus on his strengths on more general national issues, particularly the federal budget deficit and national debt, and continue to highlight their importance to women.”


Does that mean the candidates have more work to do? Could that be an indication of what going to happen on Election Day? QC does not know anything yet about how the second the debate affected registered and likely voters’ intention. Meanwhile, the last and third debate is scheduled for October 22, 2012 in Boca Raton, Florida…

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