Gender Differences in Voting behavior and Political Attitudes
Allen, Katherine M.
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Men and women are definitely different. But, how different are they, and do these differences manifest themselves in the political arena. Do men and women vote differently? Do they react differently to issues of political importance? Do they possess different political attitudes? These Questions and others are the focus of my study. I have examined previous studies on the voting behavior and political attitudes held by women. I have analyzed scores of statistical data. Finally, I have conducted a study of my own--all in an attempt to better understand what (if any) differences appear between men and women, and why those differences exist. My results proved to be not only surprising, but truly interesting. I hope that the reader will examine my findings, evaluate them, and come to a conclusion of her own. I can only hope that it coincides with my own interpretation.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.