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In the media: Study finds parents of daughters more likely to be Republican

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Newly published findings from a team of sociologists (Dalton Conley of New York University and Emily Rauscher of the University of Kansas) found that having daughters “significantly reduces the likelihood of Democratic identification and significantly increases the strength of Republican Party identification” among parents. Rauscher is an assistant professor of sociology in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

Read more about the study from the Pew Research Center



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