Who Are The Women That Vote For Trump?

When it comes to Donald Trump and women, one number is commonly used: an estimated 7 in 10 women nationally view him unfavorably. But on the Republican side, things are a little different, even if they’re not so open about it. Our reporter Alison Vicrobeck has the story.
He’s repeatedly been called misogynous and sexist in the media, so it might seem as though Donald Trump wouldn’t be doing well with female voters. But in fact, the latest polls in New York state show that he gets over 50% of Republican women votes. But who are they?

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First HIV to HIV organ transplant successful in the U.S.

  Host Intro: This week, doctors at John Hopkins University successfully performed an organ transplant between HIV-positive patients. It’s the first time such a procedure is performed in the United States. Up until 2013 people who were HIV-positive were banned from donating their organs. To get more details on the importance of this operation, I […]

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Strong Showing from Minority Voters Expected at the Polls

Today is the last day for New Yorkers to register to vote in the presidential primaries. And New Yorkers are registering in droves. The State’s online voter registration system is experiencing a surge in applications, in just 10 days, over 40,000 people registered to vote online, half of which were first time voters. As Alison Vicrobeck reports, Donald Trump’s controversial candidacy is pushing more minority and female voters to sign up.

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Commuters Prepare for Looming NJ Transit Strike

If you’re one of the over 100,000 commuters who rely on New Jersey Transit to get to work or school in the morning, you may already know. Negotiators and representatives from the transit agency and labor unions have been meeting all day. Their goal… to try to prevent a strike that could start as early as 12:01 Sunday morning .. With fewer than 36 hours to go Alison Vicrobeck heads to Secaucus, to find out how commuters are preparing.

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