We are thrilled to present our new research on women voters for Supermajority.
Supermajority Education Fund, a new home for women’s activism, released the results of Leading the Change: Women Voters on Gender Equality in Our Society, Work and Politics, a comprehensive study conducted by Breakthrough Campaigns that shows the majority of women voters are interested in joining a “women’s equality organization.” The lack of fairness, safety and respect for women are cited as primary obstacles to this goal today.
“As we head into 2020, we are organizing women to not only lift their voices, but to educate, train and mobilize women. We are imagining a society where women are truly equal and we’re going out and building it together,” said Ai-jen Poo, co-founder of Supermajority Education Fund and Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. “There are no women’s issues and women are not a special interest group. Our survey reflects what we’ve heard from women across the country — the issues that impact women, like childcare, elder care, and access to healthcare including abortion care, affect everyone.”
Read the full report here.