In Pew survey, women fare better on most leadership traits

A wide-ranging survey by the Pew Research Center — dropped in a midterm year when a record number of women have been nominated for seats in the U.S. House of Representatives — has drawn attention for the stark numbers it showed.

The Washington Post’s Philip Bump examined its look at the “density” of women in leadership roles, with university presidents having the most women (a whopping 30 percent) and chief executive jobs having the fewest (just 5 percent).

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