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How Women Vote: Exploring the Relationship Gender and Party Affiliation

Burton, Joshua Matthew; Smith, Raymond Arthur

The overwhelming majority of women identify with the Democratic party and vote for Democrats. There are a few exceptions to this generalization, which shows that gender is only a single factor in determining political identification, thus allowing the Republican party to still hold a significant portion of the female electorate.

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Political Science
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Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
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December 3, 2016
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