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District 4: Incumbent Keith Monson; challenger Troy Olson?" says Patricia Speyerer, Miss. a GOP-leaning independent "It’s a stupid thing"The recent furor over whether religious employers should be forced to pay for their workers’ contraception is certainly a factor but hardly the only reason for women warming up to Obama again after turning away from him late last yearAn Associated Press-GfK poll suggests women also are giving the president more credit than men are for the country’s economic turnaroundAmong women his approval ratings on handling the economy and unemployment have jumped by 10 percentage points since December Back then a wide swath of Americans expressed anxiety over the nation’s slow climb out of recession and anger at a government that couldn’t agree on steps to speed things upSince then the unemployment rate has kept declining and Obama hasn’t been shy about trumpeting it and analysts say that drop may have resonated particularly with womenFor Obama there is no more crucial constituency than women They make up a majority of voters in presidential elections and a bit more of them identify with his party He would not be president today without topping Republican John McCain in that group in 2008 And Republicans would need to win a sizable share — more than about 40 percent — of female voters to beat himThough the economy remains the top concern among both women and men an array of social issues — gay marriage access to birth control and whether cancer research should be kept separate from the issue of abortion– have returned to the nation’s political conversation since December And both parties have snapped up those issues to awaken their staunchest supportersRepublicans from Capitol Hill to the presidential campaign trail focused particularly on a requirement in Obama’s health care law for some religious employers to pay for birth control Obama then adjusted that policy by instead directing insurance companies to pay for birth control — and Democrats are running with a message that Republicans want to upend long-established rights for women "Women are used to making decisions and running their lives" said Linda Young president of the National Women’s Political Caucus which favors abortion rights "To hear their right to contraception questioned in 2012 is shocking and it’s gotten a lot of people’s attention"Republicans say the economy will again overtake that discussion and it will be clear the GOP offers families more once Republicans choose a nominee turn their fire from each other to Obama and make their case on issues such as gas prices and the deficit"The economic indicators we have to admit are very slowly improving and that is something that has always affected the female vote" said Rae Lynne Chornenky president of the National Federation of Republican Women "Until we get a candidate I don’t think the full story can be told""People in both political parties are keeping this (cultural narrative) alive because they’re trying to excite their bases" said Republican Brian Flaherty who served as a Connecticut legislator for 15 years "You can afford to have this attention in February on" reproductive issuesAn AP-GfK poll conducted Feb 16-20 showed that on overall approval Obama has gained 10 percentage points among women since December from 43 percent to 53 percent even though his administration seemed to stumble over whether religious employers should be forced to pay for contraceptionWomen also are the reason behind Obama’s lead over Republican hopefuls Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum: In one-on-one matchups Obama beats Romney 54 percent to 41 percent and tops Santorum 56 percent to 40 percent among women but virtually ties each Republican among men Women are Obama’s to lose: They are more apt to identify with Democrats and give that party higher favorability than are menOver time there hasn’t been much shift in women’s views of the Democratic Party but views of the GOP have become more polarized since the AP last asked about the issue in January 2011 Thirty-nine percent of Republican women hold a "very favorable" view of the party compared with 27 percent a year ago At the same time 57 percent of Democratic women now give the GOP a deeply unfavorable rating the first time that figure has topped 50 percentRepublicans insist their objections to Obama’s policy on birth control coverage are about government infringing on the freedom of religion not about contraception which is supported by a broad majority of AmericansBut Santorum also says as he has for years that contraception conflicts with his Roman Catholic beliefs"Well I’m a Roman Catholic too" said Speyerer She recalls that in 1940s New Orleans where she was born and married it was illegal to publish anything about birth control "and I don’t want to see that happen again"Democrats already have sought to capitalize on that sentiment holding a faux hearing last week with a single woman denied the chance to testify about contraception to a Republican-controlled House committeeThere will be more of that this week Senate Democrats have agreed to debate a measure by Republican Sen Roy Blunt of Missouri that would allow health plans to deny coverage for any service that violates the sponsor’s beliefs And on Thursday a coalition of women’s groups called HERvotes is holding a news conference in Washington to protest the renewed questioning of long-established rights for womenThe AP-GfK poll was conducted Feb 16-20 by GfK Roper Public Affairs and Corporate Communications It involved landline and cellphone interviews with 1000 adults including 485 women Results from the full sample have a margin of sampling error of 4 percentage points Among women the margin of error is 6 pointsCopyright 2012 The Associated Press and after that, 37,” a source in the Presidency told one of our correspondents on Sunday. 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