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Hannah Hartig and Stephanie Psyllos contributed to this article. Compared with his fellow male senators, his campaigns for Congress received the highest proportion of its donations from women. Today we live in a world where a woman has been nominated by a major political party to be President of the United States of America. Again, age plays an important role. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Another pattern in the data is that women give more to liberals and to other women.
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In our most recent poll between Jan. Oppression and barriers, in ways that were different but strikingly similar, could have kept both of these women from succeeding but neither was willing to give up her dreams and fought for them against the odds. Clinton does much better with older voters across all racial groups, but white Democrats under the age of 45 and young Hispanics are more likely to support Sanders. More women vote than men, and it has been true for decades.
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A version of this article appears in print on , on Page A3 of the New York edition with the headline. Her campaign says that 60 percent of all donors are women. With the first nomination contest less than a week away, presidential hopefuls are re-doubling their efforts to mobilize key constituencies that they believe will deliver them victory in early primary states. The fact that our most recent poll has nearly 10 times the number of respondents than the average poll gives us the statistical power to not only explore the candidate choice among men and women or whites, blacks and Hispanics, but also the choice among even smaller groups—like age cohorts—within each category. Another question is whether generational differences are evident within different racial groups. Oppression and barriers, in ways that were different but strikingly similar, could have kept both of these women from succeeding but neither was willing to give up her dreams and fought for them against the odds. Support for Clinton and Sanders vary in important ways by both age and gender or age and race.
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