Thus the gender gap widens—and the moderate makeover unravels.
Well, the pundits were right: the political “gender gap” would decide the fate of candidates in the 2014 midterms.
Ohio swung from a 2-point gender gap in 2008 to 10 points in 2012.
The gender gap looms large at the voting booth, as well as among donors.
(Most of the data that follows comes from the 2012 OECD report “Closing the gender gap”).
I guarantee you that the gender gap reopened a little tonight.
Will the gender gap between Republicans and Democrats become permanent?
How sponsorship is helping companies bridge the “gender gap”.
Considering a range of polls, the gender gap was very wide before that first debate, 15 points or more.
In other words, it may well be that Romney could close the gender gap.