'Men Are The Problem'?
It all comes back to “old, white men.”
In preparation for what they expect to be a “historic” 2012 election, EMILY’s List — self-described as the largest financial resource for pro-choice female Democratic candidates — on Wednesday unveiled research on female voters’ perception of Washington and the coming election.
The organization’s targeted online focus group discussions — which honed in on independent, blue/pink collar, non-evangelical women voters in swing states — found that, like a majority of Americans, most women say they are more interested in job creation and the economy than issues like birth control.
According to the women surveyed by EMILY’s List and Democratic pollster Lisa Grove, many feel that Washington is “out of touch” and “broken.”