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  • loretta52 By loretta52
    09.18.15  

    Yes its time for Hilary.....She has the know how and a smart women, this county need a lot, and a women touch. Let her have that chance:)

  • plong22 By plong22
    09.18.15  

    I'm surprised the number is that low. I would think women would support women.

  • travelswithtam By travelswithtam
    09.18.15  

    It is really LOW. Only 65%? Grrrrr.

  • mcasella By mcasella
    09.18.15  

    Well I'm not going to say a woman would be better, but I would say just as good. She certainly couldn't be worse than some of the winners we've had.

  • pmpyzia56 By pmpyzia56
    09.18.15  

    I feel Hilary Clinton would make a great female president, considering all our country has been thru in the past few years, I feel she will know the right things to do to make our country better.

  • renejoseph By renejoseph
    09.18.15  

    Yes the number surprises me. Why is it not 100 percent? Thacter and before her Queen Elizabeth ran England, and Cleopatra ruled Egypt, so why not a woman to run the USA?

  • ncapril29 By ncapril29
    09.18.15  

    I am all for a woman running this country, but first we have to get a good female candidate. I wouldn't vote for either female candidate in the race right now if my life depended on it.

  • lilang By lilang
    09.18.15  

    I just want a good and decent president and I don't care about color or gender. The inferiors we have had running for the past few elections is horrible and has nothing to do with color and gender and everything to do with a lack of morals, corruption, and disregard for what the United States stands for.

  • agaphmou By agaphmou
    09.18.15  

    I most definitely think a woman can make a good president.I think women have better foresight.I will not be voting for a woman in the next presidential election,but I would vote for a truly honest (not sold out) woman who will look out for the people.

  • Lunaxlit By Lunaxlit
    09.18.15  

    I wish I could say I was surprised by how low it is, but unfortunately even other women buy into the lie that women are more emotional and therefore, would not make a good president. In my personal experience, the men in my life, from family to friends to teachers, have been much more emotional, but that doesn't mean I expect a male president to be overemotional and not do his job. It's just outright sexism to believe a woman can't be president. We should have a female president. There's no reason not to. It's embarrassing that we haven't had a female president, while a great number of countries around the world have had female leaders.

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