UPDATED 9:13 AM PT — Monday, April 29, 2019
Democrat voters may not be ready to support a female candidate in the 2020 presidential race. According to reports, Democrat voters believe nominating a female candidate could be a risky strategy for the Democrat Party.
A poll from Pew Research found 76-percent of female voters believe women should do more to prove themselves before running. 60-percent of voters believe in alleged “gender discrimination” despite a record number of women elected to Congress last year.
Some also believe the Democrat Party is lacking a candidate able to compete with President Trump on a debate stage.
“Can you imagine? Sleepy Joe, crazy Bernie — you look at the candidates, right? I think Pocahontas, she finished, she’s out, she’s gone. Oh, do I look forward to running against them.” — President Trump
Democrats have said the failure of Hillary Clinton back in 2016 may have affected voters enthusiasm towards nominating a female candidate.