Since guys like to stick together, would they prefer to vote for a male than a female, no matter what color?

Posted under Female CEO by Marcus Pottea on September 25th, 2012 3:30 am

The track record seems consistent, most leaders, ceo’s, church leaders, top positions are held by men. Competency of women is not the issue since we all know women are just as competent. So what is the other force(s) that is keeping women away from power?

Many may say sex and race don’t matter, but it still does obviously otherwise no one would be arguing about it.

Also, black men were given the right to vote before females in America.

It would depend on the man. Some men might be threatened by the idea of a woman in power and vote accordingly. Other men would likely view the qualifications of their potential candidate irregardless of gender, race, religion, etc. It depends on their individual personal prejudices and beliefs.

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9 Responses to “Since guys like to stick together, would they prefer to vote for a male than a female, no matter what color?”

  1. Maybe, would you vote for a female regardless of color or policy?
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  2. I agree with you.Guys are smart enough.
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  3. depends if they hate women more than black people. U never know. They could hate black people more and have open arms for a woman
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  4. I can only speak for myself.

    I will vote for whom I consider the best all around crook to lead our country into debt.
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  5. To me, sex and race don’t matter. You’re the one who’s arguing about it, so obviously you make your decisions based on sex and race, making you a sexist and a racist.
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  6. No. I would vote for Condi Rice over Barack Obama or John Edwards any day of the week.
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  7. It would depend on the man. Some men might be threatened by the idea of a woman in power and vote accordingly. Other men would likely view the qualifications of their potential candidate irregardless of gender, race, religion, etc. It depends on their individual personal prejudices and beliefs.
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  8. It must the natural rejection of mom’s nurturing that keep grown men from accepting a woman’s leadership.

    Paybacks for years of nagging.
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  9. yes most top positions are held by men. it takes a lot of time and work to get to the top. most women decide it is much more important to raise a family. they take time out to raise the family sacrificing their carrier.
    people are still arguing about sex and race just to bring attention to themselves.
    the most competent bosses i have had are female.
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