National Women’s Survey: Research Shows Important Differences Between Married and Unmarried Women

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

A national survey of adult-aged women shows some real commonalities of among women almost across the board. They are concerned about the direction of the country and committed to change. They are particularly concerned about the economy, which is the leading issue here, as among other groups. They are focused on the election, paying attention, and poised to vote in record numbers. However, the survey also highlights key political and economic differences between married and unmarried women.