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Thurs. 7/26/12 | The Swingles; Women Opting Out

The first hour of today's show is dominated by powerful women. First, UMass Boston political scientist Erin O'Brien and Quinnipiac pollster Peter Brown parse a new poll in which single women overwhelmingly prefer Obama but married women vote for Romney. Then, we hear from a panel of women about the difficulties facing females in C-level, specifically citing new research the indicates men whose wives don't work are less likely to treat women as equals in the workplace.
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