Category: Polls

October 2005 WNBC/Marist Poll

October 2005 WNBC/Marist Poll

An October WNBC/Marist Poll showed that 26% of voters would be likely to support a woman candidate for president from either major party, while 28%  would not be likely to support a woman presidential candidate from either party.  For 25%, the only woman candidate likely to gain their support would be a Democrat, while only a Republican woman would draw the votes of 21%

September 2005 Roper Public Affairs Poll

September 2005 Roper Public Affairs Poll

A poll conducted in September 2005 by Roper Public Affairs for the White House Project found that a large majority of Americans (79%) were comfortable with the idea of a woman president. The study also asked about comfort levels with women in other high-level positions and found even larger majorities comfortable with a woman as vice president (84%) and Supreme Court justice (90%).