New Poll: Women Are Biased Toward Thinking They Aren't Equal
In our real poll of actual swing-state voters, we found that 42 percent of people think women actually already have equal rights. (So stop the fussing, ladies!) But that's not all.
Less than half of men think there's gender discrimination. Almost two-thirds of women think there is.
When we asked people if they'd vote for Oprah Winfrey or Clint Eastwood for president (Yes, we asked that.), two-thirds of Eastwood voters thought women had equal rights.
That's right. Most people who'd vote for a man even after he debated a chair don't think gender discrimination exists.