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Would Quebecers vote for a woman as premier?

After a PQ MNA calls on his leader Pauline Marois to step down because he says many Quebecers won't vote for a woman, Radio Noon looks at the life of women in politics.

We talk with Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, who says people will vote for a candidate they trust whether they're male or female. But she adds there's sexism in political life. She tells host Bernard St-Laurent when she entered politics she was surprised to hear attacks on her appearance. 

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