Just 9% of voters say they would be enthusiastic about a candidate who advocated for privatizing Social Security, while another 15% said they were comfortable with that stand. Fully 48% said they were "very uncomfortable," while another 18% said that position caused "some reservations."...Abolishing certain federal agencies, like the Department of Education, also gets low marks. 46% say they are very uncomfortable with that idea, while only 25% are enthusiastic or comfortable with that position.
Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, authors of this month's Atlantic cover story, sit down with Hanna Rosin to discuss the power of confidence and how self doubt holds women back.