While not every voter will find a candidate they are excited about on every level, it often appears women candidates might have pass a higher bar to gain support. A new poll from the non-partisan Barbara Lee Family Foundation, voters are less likely to vote for a woman they don’t like, but will still support a man they don’t like. Kelly Dittmar is a professor of political science at Rutger University-Camden and a scholar at the Center for American  Women and Politics at the Eagleton Institute of Politics. She joins Soledad O’Brien in studio for a discussion about how voters view women on the ballot.


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