Today, I have a very special post that is pseudo-sponsored by Grammarly.com. Grammarly.com is a grammar checker, which you can try by clicking HERE.
Now, by saying that this post is “pseudo-sponsored,” I mean that Grammarly will be donating $50 in my name to Reading Is Fundamental because I’ve hosted this post on my blog. Who I am to turn down an opportunity like that? (Of course, it would’ve also been cool to have $50 donated to the “Tamar Hela Foundation,” but writers can’t be choosers, you know?)
Let’s get to the nitty gritty. Who, indeed, does writer better? Men or women? What do you think?
The below infographic shares the results of a poll (from Grammarly) that was conducted through Google Consumer Surveys. About 3,000 people completed the survey online, and about 54% of them were men.
So, what do you think? Were the results surprising? Would you agree, based off of this infographic, that women are better writers?
I personally think that each gender has strengths in writing and that no gender is better than the other. Just…different. Which, is always a good thing in my book.
Feel free to weigh in by leaving a comment. Thanks so much to Grammarly for this infographic. Hopefully they’ll be conducting more surveys like this in the near future.