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Supermajority Poll Results

September 15, 2019

Wow: An incredible 75,000 women from all 50 states took the Women’s Poll and shared with us your concerns, hopes, and dreams. We learned a LOT.

We learned — unsurprisingly — that women are furious. Furious about the direction this president is taking our country. Furious that our rights keep getting rolled back. But we also learned that women are not sitting back and waiting for things to get better. We’re working together, lifting each other up, and supporting one another to be successful despite it all.

We’re tired of being invisible, treated as an afterthought or a special interest group.

Today in Atlanta, my Supermajority co-founders and I unveiled the Majority Rules. These rules will be foundation for the largest women-to-women voter engagement program that we’re kicking off today. We believe they should be the foundation of every aspect of our culture, government, and economy, too.

Women are the most powerful force in America today. And powerful women need a powerful blueprint for the future. Read the Majority Rules and help us share them with women across the country.

Someone who knows a thing or two about challenging the status quo — the one and only Stacey Abrams — helped us unveil the Majority Rules. She put it best: “We’re not going to shut up. Because this is our nation, these are our people, and it’s our responsibility that when the rules are broken, you fix them. When the system is broken, you take it over.” (See the video here.)

So let’s fix all the rules. Let’s ensure the people in power make what we care about a priority. Let’s make sure the majority finally gets to rule.

Let’s go,

Ai-jen Poo
Supermajority co-founder


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