In a Pew Research Center poll conducted in early March, President Barack Obama was favored by women over Republican Mitt Romney, 58 percent to 38 percent.
Four years ago, Obama was elected partially on holding a 56 percent to 43 percent advantage among women over Republican candidate John McCain, according to the Pew Research Center.
However, Obama's appeal to women varies depending on the age group, Pew found. Obama was more popular with women under 50 (64 percent to 33 perecent) and women age 50 to 64 (58 percent to 36 percent) over Romney. However, Romney drew even with Obama in women over 65.
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