Male Vote Could Decide Race
The huuuge male gender gap could be the deciding factor in the 2016 race for the White House. While Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton boasts a 11-point lead among female voters, GOP nominee Donald Trump holds a commanding 22-point edge among males. “The 22-point Trump lead among men is enormous compared to the 7-point victory among men that Romney achieved in 2012,” Morris says. “So what’s really happening now, is not a female gender gap but a male gender gap.” He explains in this edition of Dick Morris Reports.