Understanding Gender Bias After Trump's Election Upset

Understanding Gender Bias After Trump's Election UpsetDonald Trump’s upset victory over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election will likely be dissected by political and polling experts in the months and years to come. One subject will be of particular interest: the role gender bias played in the election. Gary Langer, president of Langer Research Associates, found that while 52 percent of voters said Clinton was qualified to be president, just 38 percent said the same about Trump.

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