In new research, David Niven, Anwar Mhajne and Alexis Straka find that, in general, compared to men, women candidates are more likely to answer voters’ questions in vague and less specific ways, a tactic which is linked to greater chances of winning elections. They comment that given that women draw votes at the same rates as men, they may […]
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