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From April 2015 to December 2016, Presidential Gender Watch tracked, analyzed, and illuminated gender dynamics in the 2016 presidential election. The project’s website serves as a reflection and archive of Presidential Gender Watch’s work, as well as a continuing resource for those looking for historical and 2016 data, analyses, and scholarship on gender and the presidency. The site is no longer being updated on a regular basis, but we hope you will review and rely upon the richness of its contents.
Presidential Gender Watch’s report on gender in the 2016 presidential election, Finding Gender in Election 2016, is available now. For more analysis of gender dynamics in election 2018, see our latest project: Gender Watch 2018.
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For additional up-to-date research and data on women in American politics, visit the Barbara Lee Family Foundation and Center for American Women and Politics.