Female Republicans More Likely Than Female Liberals To Want To Stay At Home [POLL]
6:00 pm, September 7th | by Laura Donovan
Why get a job when you can hang around at home with the kids (or alone)? That’s what more than half of conservative women believe, according to a new Gallup poll, which further reveals that only 37 percent of left-leaning ladies share that attitude on employment. To each his (or her) own, I say!
The findings also claim that 59 percent of liberal females would rather have a job outside the house whereas 37 percent of conservative gals would prefer to work away from their living space. Working at home has many benefits: not having to dress up, sparing oneself the time, energy, and cost of commuting, privacy, and flexibility, so it’s understandable that some women would rather get all their professional responsibilities done at home as opposed to in an office. If they have children, the freedom to work remotely is all the more valuable, but preferences vary from person to person. For instance, women with no higher education are more likely to want to stay home than their college-educated counterparts.
The poll also finds that Republican men are ten percent more interested than their Democratic counterparts in working outside the house. Unsurprisingly, Democratic men are more likely than right-leaning fellows to desire homemaker status. I gotta get me one of those, as I can’t cook or sucessfully complete any of the tasks women are traditionally supposed to fulfill. Any takers?