According to a study published earlier this month on July, women have been outperforming men in crowdfunding. The study, authored by PwC and The Crowdfunding Center, analyzed 450,000 crowdfunding campaigns around the world over the past two years. The results indicated that those led by women were 32 percent more successful at reaching their target offerings than those carried out by men. Women are able to garner $87 on average per crowdfunding participant, whereas men garnered $83. Note, however, that the study primarily examined rewards-based crowdfunding campaigns (e.g. Kickstarter), as opposed to equity-based campaigns (e.g. Regulation Crowdfunding).
You can read more about the study on Thompson Reuters here.