Report Highlights Single Women Voters

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A report from the group Women's Voices, Women Vote suggests that single women are the new electoral bloc for politicians to court, and says that the biggest political divide in America is between married and unmarried people.

Page Gardner, the president of Women's Voices, Women Vote, talks with Anthony Brooks and responds to concerns voiced in interviews with unmarried women voters.



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