Not many, I hope. It's such a shallow reason to select a president. But then, this campaign season hasn't lacked shallowness.
An admission that one would vote for a candidate on the basis of that person's sex is an admission that sex must determine certain characteristics. And that's something the gender equality squads have been trying to dispel for years. And no man would dare say he wouldn't vote for a woman because she's a woman -- that would be political incorrectness in its fullest.
But Ms. Clinton pulls out the woman's card from time to time which tells us that her research must support the proposition that her sex is a factor. So there must be voters for whom it matters.
Anyway, let's see what Dennis Prager has to say about it in The Immaturity of Supporting Hillary Clinton as a Woman:
Offering Clinton to one's daughter as a model to aspire to — given the former secretary of state's long history of lying and recent history of selling the power of her office to enrich herself and her husband — is telling one's daughter that gender trumps decency. As such, it speaks volumes about how insignificant character is to Clinton supporters.
In addition, putting aside the immorality and immaturity of gender solidarity, having a female president would be as useless to women as having a black president was to blacks.
Left unsaid: The unspoken message in Hillary's rise that marrying a smart, popular, and ambitious husband is probably the best thing that hypothetical daughter could do for herself.