Why women will vote for Donald Trump

Donald Trump has made it clear that he has little interest in women.

Now, a new poll indicates that he might have some ideas.

The poll, conducted by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal, found that 73 percent of women polled said that they would be voting for Trump, and 61 percent said that the billionaire would win the election.

However, while the poll found a high percentage of women who would vote for Trump because they believe that he would help the economy, they also said that he was sexist, racist, misogynistic and homophobic.

“The problem is not the polls.

The problem is the candidates,” said Jennifer Duffy, the director of NBC News polling.

“When we were interviewing candidates, they were saying things like, ‘I’m going to get women to vote.’

The problem was women did not see the issues that mattered.

They saw the issues.

It was the same with Donald Trump.”

Trump has been a frequent target of women for years, as he has often attacked women for getting pregnant while pregnant.

The Republican nominee has repeatedly denied that he ever had sex with women and has claimed that his accusers are lying.

Trump has said that there is “no problem” with pregnancy, saying that he doesn’t have sex with anyone.

But the poll showed that women were more likely to believe Trump’s accusers if he were married, divorced or single, which is what he is.

“Trump’s candidacy is so toxic, it’s so toxic that it’s going to cost the country,” Duffy said.

“It’s going be so hard for him to win the presidency.

But I don’t think it’s the first time that this has happened.

The way he talks about women is so different than how he talks to women, and it’s such a problem.”

The poll of 1,000 adults was conducted online on July 8 and 9.

It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

“I believe that a lot of women, who have been through the worst things that they’ve ever experienced, are really tired of seeing Trump in the White House,” Duffy added.

“We don’t have a lot to be angry about in this election.

It’s been a lot worse than we anticipated, and I think that’s why a lot people are tired of it.”