President Barack Obama won the two-party vote among female voters in the 2012 election by 12 points, 56% to 44%, over Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Meanwhile, Romney won among men by an eight-point margin, 54% to 46%.
A fascinating new national poll from Quinnipiac University shows that men and women disagree markedly on the question of marijuana legalization. While men surveyed strongly favor legalization by a margin of 59 to 36 percent, women oppose it by a clear majority of 52-44 percent.
One number stands out above all others: 64 percent of white men voted for Republicans. It’s the widest GOP advantage in this group in data since 1984, according to ABC News.
Single women gave 67 percent of their vote to Democrats in 2014,
compared to 60 percent this time.