Women criticized Hillary Clinton for craving power in a non-feminine and “emotionless” way, and although they liked her when she showed emotion, they didn’t like her when she discussed policy.
Women judged her harshly for standing by her man, suggesting that she did so just to further her own political ambitions.
At the time of writing, female candidates just can’t seem to please the female electorate.
In Connecticut, Republican Linda McMahon has only 34% of the female vote compared to Democrat Richard Blumenthal who has 61% of the female vote.
In Delaware, Republican Christine O’Donnell has only 25% of the female vote compared to her Democratic opponent Chris Coons, who leads with 58% of the female vote.
In Nevada, Democrat Harry Reid leads Republican Sharron Angle by a 51-33% margin.
So why is this?
Do you have any ideas?