Study: Single Women Under-Register, Under-Vote

A new study says unmarried women under-register and under-vote — making them the most poorly represented demographic in the nation. If they voted alongside their married counterparts, they would represent close to 6 million new voters. NPR's Tony Cox talks with Anna Greenberg, vice-president of the polling firm Greenberg, Quinlan, Rossner Research.



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