Don't miss the latest facts and figures at Presidential Gender Watch. Here are some recent highlights:
This month's Gallup Poll finds 92% of Americans would vote for a woman for president. Support is strongest among millennials and Democratic voters.
In a Her Campus survey , 67.5% of college women report it bothers them that the US has not yet had a woman president; 69.4% think there will be a woman president in the next 20 years; and 40.6% say they would vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Jill Stein announced her candidacy for the Green Party nomination for president last week. Stein was the Green Party's 2012 nominee, winning 469,501 votes on Election Day. Learn more in our latest post.
With Chris Christie's announcement today, the current field of declared major party presidential candidates is 11.1% female; two women are running among the 18 candidates in the race.