by Art Raymond
Originally published: May 9, 2017
When 100,000 men and women were asked to respond to a series of simple statements in a survey, some wildly different responses were forthcoming.
Here are a few examples, capturing the net sentiments from each gender group:
• What does it mean when someone asks you, "What do you think?"
Women: It's an opening to a conversation.
Men: It's being asked to give an opinion or make a decision.
• Arguments are best supported by what?
Women: My personal experience and the experience of others.
Men: Facts, surveys and careful logic.