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Why Women Matter This Election

Joe582 Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:18 PM
So yes. "Women" matter, but you do Women a disservice by pigeon holing their stereotyping them as primarily caring about subjects that primarily effect young women, and certainly by assuming that Women are static thinkers and who don't change ideology from their youth into later life. This election is about fiscal sanity, and that subject applies to all Americans equally.
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Why Women Matter This Election

Joe582 Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:14 PM
It's always disheartening to see bright people so completely misuse statistics as the author has. There is a reason why conservatives don't trouble themselves too much with targeting demographics, and it's on display in the reasoning for why "women" matter. For instance, what was the AGE demographics for the women who voted? Women, living longer than men as they do, also are the majority of senior citizens, and senior citizens are also the most likely to vote, so WOMEN voting more often than men CAN be as much a function of age and it is gender. In fact it is quite likely a large reason for the voting disparity. So, would "procreative rights" play a strong part in the voting of middle aged and senior women? Likely not.
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