Biden’s ‘Woke’ Economy: Women Lost 26,000 Jobs in September
Latest statistics spell more bad news for Biden and Democrats
Under Democrat Joe Biden's "woke" economy, women across America lost a staggering 26,000 jobs in September alone, the latest statistics have revealed.
If the figures become a trend, Biden and the Democrats may be in serious trouble come the 2022 midterm elections.
Women in Joe Biden’s America are losing thousands of jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
It marks the first time women had lost jobs in America since May 2011, the middle of Barack Obama’s presidency, according to BLS.
The only exception over the last ten years is between the months of March and April 2020, when the first catastrophic effects of the pandemic slammed the American economy.
Unavoidably, the country lost huge numbers of jobs across the board during that period.
The Washington Post reported on Thursday:
While September jobs numbers are expected to show some improvement over August, forecasters keep pushing out predictions for a full recovery further and further.
Days after the 2020 election, NBC News surmised that Joe Biden won the presidency largely because of women voters, writing:
Women supported Biden at higher rates than men — especially Black women voters, who rallied behind President Obama’s former V.P. at crucial turns during his 2020 presidential campaign.
While election data won’t be finalized until each state finishes tabulating its votes, early exit polls show President-elect Biden winning the votes of 57 percent of women, compared to 45 percent of men.
In comparison, President Trump won 42 percent of women’s votes and 53 percent of men’s votes.
Pew Research Center explained:
Pew Research Center survey data going back more than two decades shows a growing gender gap in partisan affiliation.
In 2018 and 2019, the Democratic Party held a wide advantage with women: 56% of female registered voters identified as Democrats or leaned toward the Democratic Party, while 38% identified as Republicans or leaned toward the GOP.
This stands in contrast to men, among whom 50% were Republicans or GOP leaners and 42% identified as or leaned Democratic.
This gender gap has been slowly growing wider since 2014.
The trend among single women to vote for the Democratic Party was noticed as far back as 1982.
As Time Magazine reported:
In 1982, Democrats picked up 26 seats in the House of Representatives.
Political analysts attributed this loss to the GOP’s continuing failure to win over women voters.
A few days later, Reagan pollster Ronald Hinckley presented the administration with a memo analyzing the new voting pattern.
The memo argued that Republicans’ biggest problem was appealing to non-married women.
“Despite GOP efforts, in every presidential election since 1980, almost every demographic group of women (cut by race, education, age, etc.) has voted more Democratic than their male counterparts,” Time Magazine added.
In February, Peyton Roth and W. Bradford Wilcox noted in The American Conservative, “We find a strong association between marriage and voting Republican.
"In fact, a 1 percentage point increase in marriage was generally associated with a 1.2 percentage point increase in Trump’s share of the vote.”