Unformatted text preview: Bush won for two reasons 9/11 and woman voters (Trei). At the ±me Bush seemed to have a great image as a leader when it came to security issues. Since 9/11 there had not been another terrorist a³ack on U.S. Soil. Langer believed this was the main reason Bush a³racted more women for the 2004 elec±on. Polling experts stated that most single woman remained core democrats, but Bush won 11 percent more than Kerry with married woman. During the 2004 elec±on the most important issue seemed to be moral values. This issue seemed to outweigh terrorism, the war in Iraq, and the economy. Bush won this por±on of the vote by a landslide receiving four out of every ´ve votes (Campbell). Works cited h³ps://www.acsu.buµalo.edu/~jcampbel/documents/PolSciQ2005ar±cle_001.pdf h³p://news.stanford.edu/pr/2004/polls-1117.html...
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