Hypothetical Showings of Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Dole Suggest Women’s Chances of Winning the Presidency Are Better Than Some Polls Say

A woman may not have as tough a time getting elected president as some traditional polling suggests because many people who would prefer not to vote for a woman would actually do so rather than for a candidate of the other party, the University of Pennsylvania’s National Annenberg Election Survey suggests. Polling of 3,572 adults