85% of Women and 66% of Men Would Vote For A Woman President
NEW YORK, Feb. 16 LAWFUEL – US Law News — Oxygen’s Presidents Day Survey found that the overwhelming majority of the U.S., both women AND men, are ready for a woman president. 85% of women polled and 66% of men polled said they would vote for a woman president. In addition, both women AND men think that a female president can do as good of a job as a male president — 92% and 73% respectively.
In addition, the majority of people polled think that a female
president would be more effective than a male president in handling certain
— 92% of women and 74% of men think a female would be more effective at
— 92% of women and 73% of men think a female would be more effective at
— 87% of women and 72% of men think a female would be more effective at
balancing the budget
— 80% of women and 58% of men think a female would be more effective at
handling social security
The only presidential duty where people thought that a male candidate
would be more effective was for military decisions and priorities — 36% of
women and 14% of men thought that a woman would be more effective at
handing those duties.
Oxygen’s Presidential Survey with 200 women and 200 men conducted by
Nielsen Entertainment Research.
About Oxygen Media
Oxygen, the only cable network owned and operated by women, is
currently available in over 71 million homes. The network was launched in
2000 to fill a void in the television landscape — creating a network
targeted to younger women. Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women’s
television, with vast array of unconventional and original programming
including “The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency,” “The Bad Girls Club” and “Campus Ladies.” Geraldine Laybourne, the network’s founder, Chairman and CEO, has led the company to be a strong advocate for women.
Through programs like The Mentor’s Walk, Oxygen’s national program for bringing along the next generation, and “Who Cares About Girls,” Oxygen’s new documentary series — Oxygen is creating The New Girls Network.
SOURCE The Oxygen Network