I don't quite get the point of the survey. There have always been gaps between scientists and the general public and always will be just as there are gaps between any sub group and the whole and ALWAYS will be.
It's an ad populum argument, and appeal to authority in survey form. Rather than waist time trying to construct a valid argument just state a majority of experts believe different than you. You should change to match these experts. Useful of backing up bad arguments, and to inform politicians how to pander to the largest group.
Unless you'd care to present your genetic research which demonstrates that black women are rendered incapable of understanding math and science by some inherent biological or genetic flaw?
I would only need to present the number of black women taking the courses needed for the field compared to the total. It doesn't matter if they are perfectly capably of doing the job if they were educated in it if they aren't getting the education in the right fields. However, the stats show they avoid engineering degrees like the plague and swarm sociology like it were the second coming.
If you did the exact same study with Superman, you'd certainly not find his "story power" has been increasing. In the early comics he was the sole hero, so he'd be getting perfect scores for all those.
Perfect score? You really think Superman was the only Golden Age Hero too?
Lets assume you're correct and Superman would have got the Perfect Score of 35 because he was the only hero. This assumes that all the characters were put on a scale, and ranked from best to worst. This would imply that 18 would be the median score meaning that the modern day score of 22.5 implys ether a favoritism towards women, or that it's reached equilibrium, but since the measurement error wasn't given in the article that makes it fairly difficult to ascertain.
However if you had bothered to read the article you'd know that's not what she did, and would still need the male score in order to extract any meaning at all. As for Superman and talking about the abstract "important issues" there is clear power creep between Silver Age stories with Fat Superman to the more serious Modern Area with Infinite Crisis. It's the problem with the Slapstick 60's and the slow methodical March to the age of Miller.