Majorities of see little difference between men and women on a range of specific qualities and competencies that may be required for effective leadership. There are a few exceptions to this, however. For example, most do see a gender difference when it comes to being compassionate and empathetic, and about half make a distinction between men and women in their ability to work out compromises. In each case female leaders are viewed as having an advantage over their male counterparts. Roughly six-in-ten adults some view it that female political leaders do a better job at being compassionate and empathetic, and a similar share while sone say the same about female business leaders. By contrast, only few opined that male political leaders are stronger on this dimension, and while some say the same about men who lead in the corporate realm.