Rammesh Ponnuru, Bloomberg View – December 7, 2016
For all the attention to the gender gap in politics, the lesser-noticed marriage gap is bigger. Donald Trump did better among male voters than female ones by 11 points, his support among married voters was 15 points higher than it was with unmarried voters. Married America voted for Trump by a solid margin (52 to 44 percent), while single America voted for Hillary Clinton in a landslide (55 to 37 percent).
Joshua Green, Bloomberg Politics – April 18, 2016
But there is one group of women who, despite all this, are stubbornly sticking by him: married, white Republican-primary voters. The Bloomberg Politics poll, conducted online by Purple Strategies, found they not only held a favorable view of Trump and preferred him to Ted Cruz, but 41 percent said they’re more likely to vote in November if Trump is the Republican nominee (only 5 percent said they’re less likely).
Mark Niquette, Bloomberg – April 11, 2016
Donald Trump is viewed negatively by almost three-quarters of married women in a potential general election and trails Hillary Clinton by double digits among those voters, highlighting his weakness in a key segment of the Republican base.
Sahil Kapur, Bloomberg News – April 11, 2016
Seventy percent of married women who are likely general-election voters have an unfavorable opinion of the Republican front-runner, according to the survey.