Gender Gap In the Presidential Election

Guests: Kathleen Hall Jamieson Dean of the Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania Director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania Author, Everything You Think You Know About Politics, And Why You're Wrong (Basic Books, 2000) The presidential race may be a dead heat, but there's a big difference between supporters of Al Gore and who's behind George W. Bush. Polls show Gore is more popular with women, while men are solidly behind Bush. Join guest host Lynn Neary and guests for a look at what's behind this gender gap and how will it may affect the outcome of the race.

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