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America's economic future is ever more female, but politics lags

The Guardian

It's a given that not all women have the same economic interests, in the same way that not all women have the same religion or the same view on the US supreme court. In fact, the voting gap between married and unmarried women is even greater than the gap between men and women, said Emily Martin, vice-president and general counsel for the National Women's Law Center. Single women have a very different picture of their financial power and interests than married women do.