As Tom noted yesterday, it's the white women, not men, who sealed the deal for Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania. This is, I would venture, in large part because of the so-called "Wal-Mart Women" demographic, which is particularly strong in places like Pennsylvania. White women in general were 47 percent of the Democratic electorate in PA, the biggest race/gender demographic in the state. Clinton won them by more than 30 points, 66 percent to 34 percent. But here's where Tom's post didn't go far enough: it's not just one state and one day. The same was true in Ohio, where she won this group 67 percent to 31 percent. And since women vote in much higher numbers than men, this is a crucial demographic across the country and in the general election.