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Last month, the Marist Poll asked 1,004 U.S. residents: From which country did the United States win its independence? The results varied based on region, household income, race, age, and gender—-while 81 percent of men responded that the U.S. won independence from Great Britain, only 67 percent of women could say the same. Twenty-eight percent of women were “unsure,” compared to 12 percent of men. I’d love to see a study charting women’s “unsure” levels across different categories [Via The Awl].