Women, as a bloc, are loyal Democratic voters. But under that giant gender umbrella, there's a lot of nuance.
White women traditionally support the Republican nominee for president. And this is particularly true of white, suburban, married women.
In fact, President Obama lost white women by 14 points (56 percent to 42 percent) in the 2012 election, according to exit poll analysis.
Shrinking that gap is key to Hillary Clinton's plan to win the White House, particularly to offset any potentially low Democratic turnout among young voters.