The GOP is a men’s party, a party of men.
And men’s issues are not the issues that matter most.
In fact, a new study from Stanford University finds that men are far more likely than women to say that abortion should be legal, gun control should be banned, the minimum wage should be raised and that a government subsidy for women should be paid for by a tax on men.
So why are the Republican Party so out of touch with women?
Republican Party: Women want to make it to the top, and they’re not.
Women are still more likely to be the breadwinners than men in the U.S. When it comes to the U: 1,000 people per million more likely.
Inequality: Women earn 77 cents for every dollar earned by men.
That’s a bigger gap than the gap between the rich and poor.
And a big reason is that women make 77 cents less on average than men.
Men and women are different, not equal: Men are more likely and likely to get married, have kids and be fathers.
But the gap is much smaller for women than it is for men.
For example, only 10% of married men have children, compared with 26% of divorced men.
Politics: In a 2012 Gallup poll, 63% of women said that their personal opinions about politics were important to them, compared to 28% of men and just 14% of non-white women.
Politics isn’t all that bad: Women are far less likely than men to say they would vote for a candidate who “isn’t a Republican.”
The biggest difference is that in 2014, women voted for Democratic candidates by a 20-point margin (60%-21%).
But men are much more likely now to vote for Republicans.
The politics of politics: A Pew Research Center study found that when it comes the way Americans elect and reelect their lawmakers, women and non-whites are far behind.
That is, they are more conservative on the issues than their male counterparts.
But as with everything else in politics, the gender gap doesn’t end with the political arena.
Women and nonwhite people are far from being politically unrepresented in Congress.
Republicans are sexist: The GOP has always been a party that believes that women are the enemy.
But according to the Stanford University study, that’s no longer the case.
Women still represent a greater share of the party’s base than men, but the numbers have shifted in recent years.
Women now represent 10% to 12% of the population, while men represent just 5% to 8% of that population.
Women make up 12% to 17% of House Republicans, and 18% of Senate Republicans.
In 2016, a Pew Research survey found that women comprised 40% of registered voters, but only 29% of voters who cast ballots.
The Pew Research study also found that among non-Hispanic whites, women represented 12% and men 12%.
GOP voters are sexist.
According to a 2016 Pew Research poll, only 26% said that Republicans who have children outnumber their family members who don’t, and more than 60% said the party doesn’t value women.
That was the highest percentage of women surveyed to say the party values women in the past 30 years.
But a new survey from Harvard University found that a similar proportion of men, 59%, believe that Republicans value women less than the opposite.
Republicans have been sexist for decades: In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Republican party adopted an anti-communist stance that was meant to marginalize African-Americans, gays and women.
And by the 1980s, it was clear that the party was losing its way.
Republicans used to be viewed as anti-Communist, but they started embracing the anti-abortion stance that would become the GOP’s position on abortion and gay marriage.
In 1993, a Republican congresswoman from Michigan who opposed gay marriage was stripped of her seat after she announced that she would not run for re-election in 1996.
A Republican congressman from Missouri who opposed abortion rights was kicked off the House in 1996 for supporting the 1973 Roe v.
And in 2002, a former congressman from Utah was forced out of office when he publicly voted for the Iraq war.
As the party shifted from anti-Catholicism to anti-gay marriage, the GOP started using the anti-‘feminist’ tag as a way to discredit and silence female Republicans.
It’s not just men who’re sexist: As The Washington Post reported in 2015, a 2015 survey from The National Women’s Law Center found that only 30% of Republicans believe that women should have equal representation in Congress, compared for example to 48% of Democrats and 49% of independents.
A 2017 Gallup poll found that men and women in general are equally likely