Single women were hit hard by the recession, and some analysts say the group will represent a swing vote in November’s election, said the New York Times.
Unmarried women are the largest growing demographic – there are 1.8 million more now than in 2010. They make up a quarter of the voters nationally, and more in key swing states.
But they are fickle about voting, and about who they vote for.
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