MOON TWP. — Hillary Clinton’s historic gender gap among voters was hotly debated after the presidential election, but a political science professor said during a pre-inauguration panel discussion Wednesday that her party has a bigger problem.
“The Democratic Party needs to figure out how to win male voters,” said Bradley Watson of St. Vincent College in Latrobe.
President-elect Donald Trump won 53 percent of the male vote, compared to Clinton’s 41 percent.
As Trump prepares to assume the presidency on Friday, Watson and two other political science professors discussed the election and Trump’s surprising victory and answered audience questions inside Robert Morris University’s Sewall Center.
The gender gap devastated Clinton, as did the…