#GoodRead | Hillary Clinton’s Run May Be Historic but Female Political Pundits Still Overlooked
Since women make up more than half of the population, comprise 53 percent of the electorate, and for the first time in history a woman is at the top of a major political party’s presidential ticket, you might think that the female political perspective would be a large part of this season’s nonstop cable news coverage.
But you’d be wrong. Men outnumber women significantly in cable news political punditry, according to research being conducted by The Eagleton Institute’s Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers. The center is working with [GenderAvenger], an advocacy website that encourages people to identify areas where women have been left out.