Several other big reports – including one from Pew Research on 2,250 people and another from the Journal of Applied Psychology looking at 95 studies – found that more than 70 percent of people believe women and men make equally good leaders.
However, other studies looking at more empirical data found that women were actually stronger leaders, in that congresswomen sparked more spending in their home states than congressmen. Women also were more likely to lead successful startups than men, a 2012 Dow Jones study found.
Finally, the video states another interesting fact, this one from Northwestern University: in 139 countries, those with female heads of state had six percent higher gross domestic product growth that those run by men, on average.
That's nothing to sneeze at.