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While the campaigns eagerly pursue female voters, there's something that may raise the chances for both presidential candidates that's totally out of their control: women's ovulation cycles.BUT WE WON'T LET THAT STOP US FROM WRITING AN ENTIRE ARTICLE ABOUT IT WHICH ENDS WITH A DUBIOUS NOTE OF COULD BE TRUE!
You read that right. New research suggest that hormones may influence female voting choices differently, depending on whether a woman is single or in a committed relationship.
Please continue reading with caution. Although the study will be published in the peer-reviewed journal Psychological Science, several political scientists who read the study have expressed skepticism about its conclusions.
Honest to Maude.