Category Archives: Women

Where Blue-Collar America Is Strongest

By Evan Horowitz of FiveThirtyEight – Think the rural heartland is the struggling core of modern America? Actually, America’s middle has been outperforming the coasts for decades. And while Trump’s ascendance has shined a spotlight on the plight of white men left behind … Continue reading

Posted in African-American, Elections, FiveThirtyEight, Gender Gap, Politics, Racism, wealth, Women

How Kamala Harris Could Win The 2020 Democratic Primary

By Perry Bacon Jr. of FiveThirtyEight – Kamala Harris of California, who officially said she is running for president on Good Morning America earlier today, has the potential to be among the strongest contenders in the 2020 Democratic field. There … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Candidates, Democrats, FiveThirtyEight, Women

Women and Leadership 2018

Wide gender and party gaps in views about the state of female leadership and the obstacles women face By Juliana Menasce Horowitz, Ruth Igielnik and Kim Parker of Pew Research Two years after Hillary Clinton became the first woman to … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Congress, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, leadership, Pew Research, Politics, Republicans, Women

Why women fall into the negative feedback trap

By Janelle Nanos of the Boston Globe New research shows women internalize criticism, while men let it roll off their backs. Could a radical attitude shift provide relief? Continue reading…

Posted in Thought-Provoking Analysis, Women

How Americans and Western Europeans compare on 4 key social and political issues

By Laura Silver of the Pew Research Center Majorities of Americans and Western Europeans see immigrants as beneficial to their economies rather than burdensome. A majority of Western Europeans support government regulation of business, but Americans are divided on whether … Continue reading

Posted in Europe, Pew Research, Politics, United States, Women