Masculine stereotypes of the presidency persist, but women’s voices broke through in 2016, according to the final Presidential Gender Watch report.
From climate change to Obamacare, the start of the Trump administration raises many questions for the future of policy in the United States.
Professors Douglas Kruse and Lisa Schur say people with disabilities are receiving more attention in this election and a disability can motivate a whole family at the voting booth.
A Rutgers economist explains why the agreement is controversial and why trade deals matter overall.
Despite Hillary Clinton's historic run for president, progress for down-ballot women candidates is less evident, Rutgers' Center for American Women and Politics reports.
Donald Trump holds a healthy lead over Ohio Gov. John Kasich among New Jersey voters, but Bernie Sanders is making inroads into Hillary Clinton's advantage, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Iowa's caucuses have come and gone, and Rutgers political scientist David Redlawsk ponders their meaning and looks to New Hampshire, the next stop on the road to the White House.
The Presidential Gender Watch 2016 nonpartisan project tracks, analyzes and sheds light on gender dynamics in the election season.
Hillary Clinton – who announced her candidacy for president Sunday – is the star of a Rutgers seminar on how gender affects campaigns, media coverage and voting behaviors.
Nearly six in 10 New Jersey voters believe Chris Christie would not make a good president, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Although Hillary Clinton hasn't officially entered the 2016 presidential sweepstakes, 80 percent of New Jersey voters say Americans are ready for a woman in the White House, a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds
A new book by Rutgers political scientist Kelly Dittmar examines the intersection of gender and politics.
While the Clintons might be modern American politics' premier power couple, James and Dolley Madison held that title 200 years ago.
A Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would win a hypothetical head-to-head race.