Unmarried women voted Democrat in the 2022 midterms by a significant margin, according to exit poll data, compared to married individuals favoring GOP candidates this year. An exit poll found that almost 70% of single women marked their ballots for Democratic politicians straight down the ticket, a 37-point margin over the Republican Party.
Abortion rights was their primary concern. Not the economy, inflation, crime, nor rising energy costs. This should not come as a surprise. The SCOTUS Dobb‘s decision, albeit Constitutionally correct, mobilized women against the Republicans. This shouldn’t be a surprise either.
The Democratic Party has capitalized on the destruction of the nuclear family since the 1950s. More than 70 years ago, the marriage rate among American households was at its highest. Today, that number has decreased by nearly 50%. The New York Times recently reported— based on statistics analyzed by The Brookings Institution—that nearly 80% of households consisted of married couples but by 2010, the number of marriages in America had dropped to 48%.
Single women vote Democrat more often than married women, because they depend on a single income, have feminist attitudes towards social issues like abortion and pre-marital sex, and agree with ideologies that redefine gender roles and shift family responsibilities away from the traditional patriarchal society.
The Democrats’ radical abortion stand and the LGBTQA+XYZ agenda, coupled with their negligent governance of our cities, makes perfect sense when you realize the destruction of the nuclear family, and dependence on government welfare, keeps the Democratic Party in power. No doubt about that.
Other notable figures from exit poll data show that 72% of women between 18 and 29 voted Democrat. However, only 48% of women age 65 or older support the party. On the right, we love to mock and complain about this, but Millennials will have the highest proportion of unmarried and childless women hitting 40, and they will vote in ways that will test your sanity.