If there's a theme to the 2012 U.S. presidential election season, it isn't quirky first names (hello, Mitt and Barack) or expensive haircuts. It's women. Campaign conversations have revolved around reproductive rights, the gender wage gap and legal protections for women -- and why? Because women are a valuable voter demographic that statistically shows up to the polls in greater numbers than men. But does that mean that U.S. women vote differently from their male counterparts? Take the Gender of Politics Quiz and find out.