Ms. Magazine: Zogby Poll on the Gender Gap Election 2004
     
               
     

Gender Gap in Selected States (Zogby Interactive)
Read Eleanor Smeal's Poll Analysis at Ms. Magazine Online

September 13-17

State

 

Overall

Women*

Men

Gender Gap

Arizona

Kerry

48.2

50.9

45.8

 5.1

Bush

49.4

47.7

50.8

-3.1

 

Arkansas

Kerry

47.2

49.3

44.6

 4.6

Bush

47.0

44.5

49.9

-5.4

 

Colorado

Kerry

48.2

54.9

40.6

 14.3

Bush

49.1

42.0

57.3

-15.3

 

Florida

Kerry

48.3

52.5

44.0

   8.5

Bush

48.2

42.9

53.6

-10.7

 

Iowa

Kerry

50.4

55.4

45.6

 9.8

Bush

47.6

44.1

50.7

-6.6

 

Michigan

Kerry

52.2

58.2

45.4

 12.8

Bush

46.1

41.3

51.4

-10.1

 

Minnesota

Kerry

51.7

61.5

41.5

 20.0

Bush

42.1

33.7

50.7

-17.0

 

Missouri

Kerry

46.9

53.6

40.1

 13.5

Bush

51.4

45.3

57.5

-12.2

 

New Hampshire

Kerry

49.1

49.9

47.8

 2.1

Bush

43.9

43.1

45.0

-1.9

 

New Mexico

Kerry

54.4

61.3

47.1

14.2

Bush

42.8

38.6

47.8

 -9.2

 

Nevada

Kerry

48.3

51.9

44.9

 7.0

Bush

47.8

45.5

49.8

-4.3

 

North Carolina

Kerry

46.8

50.9

42.6

 8.3

Bush

51.3

47.4

55.2

-7.8

 

Ohio

Kerry

47.1

54.6

39.0

 15.6

Bush

50.0

42.8

57.6

-14.8

 

Oregon

Kerry

55.3

63.9

46.0

 17.9

Bush

41.9

33.8

50.5

-16.7

 

Pennsylvania

Kerry

50.9

56.1

45.7

10.4

Bush

47.3

42.6

51.8

 -9.2

 

Tennessee

Kerry

46.0

56.9

34.3

 22.6

Bush

51.9

42.9

61.5

-18.6

 

Virginia

Kerry

47.5

58.3

36.0

 24.0

Bush

49.6

39.0

60.7

-21.7

 

Washington

Kerry

52.9

57.3

48.1

 9.2

Bush

44.1

40.8

47.7

-6.9

 

West Virginia

Kerry

39.2

40.8

37.5

 3.3

Bush

50.8

48.3

53.6

-5.3

 

Wisconsin

Kerry

50.5

53.1

47.8

 5.3

Bush

48.0

46.0

50.0

-4.0

 
 

*Note: There are more women in the electorate than men. In the 2000 election, women were 54 percent of voters while men were 46 percent.

For more coverage of women voters and the gender gap, visit Ms. Magazine's Election 2004.

 

   

     

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