This approach to next month's race mirrors the 2016 presidential campaign in many ways. While Hillary Clinton and others opposing Trump's candidacy frequently attacked his policies affecting women in addition to his past statements and behavior with women, the economy was one of the top issues for voters in 2016, including for women. The overwhelming majority — 90 percent — of Trump supporters said the economy was a “very important” issue for them, according to the Pew Research Center.
Our findings uncovered a significant blind spot when it comes to women business owners and the U.S. tax code. In fact, our survey data – together with our review of existing tax research on the topic – suggest that many women-owned companies are unable to fully access more than US$255 billion worth of tax incentives Congress has designed to help small businesses.