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Donald Trump’s Campaign Staff Is 75% Men

Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Holds Election Night News ConferencePresidential Candidate Donald Trump Holds Election Night News Conference
Donald Trump during a news conference with his son Eric Trump, center right, and Corey Lewandowski, campaign manager for Trump, center left, at the Mar-A-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, U.S., on Tuesday, March 15, 2016.Photograph by Andrew Harrer—Bloomberg via Getty Images

On Wednesday morning, a national voter poll published by Quinnipiac University showed a major gender divide between male and female voters.

Anyone who has been following the news reports about Donald Trump’s repulsive behavior towards women will not be surprised to learn that the majority of female voters (54%) prefer Hillary Clinton to Trump in a two-horse race. Trump, meanwhile, has an edge with men, 51% of whom said they prefer the presumptive Republican nominee.

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A new report from the Huffington Post is unlikely to help Trump cozy up to female voters. According to an analysis of the candidate’s May financial disclosure report, 52 of Trump’s 70 campaign staffers—or about 75%—are men. In comparison, about 51% of Clinton’s campaign staffers are female.

 

HuffPo also notes the gender wage gap between Trump’s male and female staffers. While top male officials—including campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who made headlines earlier this year for allegedly grabbing a female reporter—made between $12,500 and $20,000 in April and May, top female staffers made between $7,700 and $11,000.

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