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Obama, Romney Fight for Women Votersi
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Cindy Saine
November 02, 2012
Both major presidential candidates, President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, are fighting hard in the final days of the campaign for a crucial group of voters, women. Most recent public opinion polls indicate that Obama still has a six to eight percentage point lead among women voters, while Romney enjoys a similar lead among men. VOA's Cindy Saine takes a look at the gender gap and at how some young women feel about the two campaigns vying to win their votes.

Obama, Romney Fight for Women Voters

Cindy Saine

Published November 02, 2012

Both major presidential candidates, President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney, are fighting hard in the final days of the campaign for a crucial group of voters, women. Most recent public opinion polls indicate that Obama still has a six to eight percentage point lead among women voters, while Romney enjoys a similar lead among men. VOA's Cindy Saine takes a look at the gender gap and at how some young women feel about the two campaigns vying to win their votes.


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