According to survey, women were the second-most widely supported non-traditional demographic among US adults, with 92% saying they would be happy to vote for a female candidate in the 2016 presidential election.
Hillary Clinton is currently the leading Democratic candidate ahead of next year's party conventions. She holds a 34 percentage point lead over her nearest rival, Bernie Sanders.
Apart from Hilary Clinton, Carly Fiorina, a former chief executive of Hewlett Packard, is the other female presidential candidate.
Catholics were found to be the most-widely supported demographic, with 93% support among US adults.
The poll was conducted to assess how much support different non-traditional demographics - such as women, gay or lesbian candidates, and atheists - would garner from voters of varying religious affiliations.