2016 Prez Election Reflects Record Gender Gap

24.4 points

The average gender gap in 22 national polls since Hillary Clinton effectively sewed up the Democratic nomination on June 7, and the median gap is 26 points, slightly ahead of the exit poll era record set in 2000, according to Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball: “With four months to go in the 2016 general election campaign, national polls suggest that it’s quite possible that the Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump clash may well set a new record for partisan differences between the sexes.”