Data collected via the Gallup Panel as part of its COVID-19 tracking poll reveal that throughout the pandemic, women have expressed more concern than men about contracting the virus. They also have shown a greater propensity to take protective measures against infection. Partisan differences have been paramount in U.S. adults' attitudes and behaviors related to COVID-19; however, the observed gender differences are greater than what we might expect on the basis of partisanship alone.
Gallup has an excellent breakdown of men and women, grouped by political affiliation. It's no secret Democrat men tend to be more like women, but this survey helps highlight this epidemic. It's no wonder why leftist men believe they can menstruate and have no idea how to change a flat tire.