I sense a theme. From an ABC Poll showing President Bush with a double-digit lead among likely voters in Wisconsin:
There's a gender gap among registered voters in Wisconsin — Bush has a 17-point lead among men, while Kerry has a slight four-point edge among women. But most women as well as most men (albeit by smaller margins), trust Bush over Kerry to handle terrorism, and say Bush is a stronger leader and has taken clearer stands on the issues.The gender gap is shaping up to be the story of Election 2004.
Update - Another Wisconsin poll: Bush up by 14% (!) among registered voters.