The bar is exceedingly low but at least we know there is one, so maybe it can be moved up a bit. Eventually.
Ninety-four per cent of Republican voters disbelieved the claims. Six percent of Republican voters believed the claims about Moore but voted for him anyway. In their defence, I suppose it is possible to believe a person can change over a three decade span. That is perhaps a more reasonable position than to dismiss the evidence outright.
Perhaps the most striking (or perhaps disturbing) exit poll result was that 33% of white women voted Democrat, but this rose to 65% amongst those white women who had a daughter under 18.
Or that whether Republican men had children or not made almost zero difference to who they voted for? https://t.co/fmzXlxdnnb
Bad stuff only happens to Democrat children, presumably.
Neil Young's classic take on Alabama
Alabama used to make it very difficult for Democrat-voting blacks to register, but apparently it's getting (slightly) better: https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/12/12...