The general sense is that women much more than men will drive shifts to the Democrats n ithis election. And certainly there's data out there that supports such an assertion.
On the other hand, the general view prior to the 2018 election was that pro-Democratic shifts would also be driven by women. But data from Catalist indicated that shifts were about equal between men and women, overall and within most key demographic groups. And now Pew has just released detailed tables of data from their 2016 and 2018 surveys confined to validated voters. Their data actually suggests *more* pro-Democratic shifting among men than women in 2018. I'm not sure I buy it completely but interesting, no? Food for thought as we wait for the 2020 election results to roll in.