Protests, Politics and Presidential Disapproval—the Gender Gulf Grows

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A scene from January’s Women’s March in New York City. (@B52Malmet / Twitter)

Women say ‘Wrong Way’ to Trump.

Last month, Ms. reported that the gender gap was now a gulf.

This double-digit gender gulf continues, with women making the difference on top issues—from racial inequality and peaceful protests, to health care (particularly with a pandemic raging) and the economy.

Top Takeaways

  • As Trump calls peaceful protesters “terrorists,” a majority of Americans (54 percent) say the actions of protesters are justified, as well as the anger that led to the protests (78 percent)—about the same for men and women.
  • But women, by 15 points, say racial and ethnic discrimination in the U.S. is a big problem: 83 percent of women and 69 percent of men. 
  • Trump looks to a strong economy as the best plan for tackling racial inequality. Not anytime soon, though, with a…

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