There might be a different conclusion.

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Hillary and the Washington Post think women are dumb.

In Hillary’s embarrassing comments to a crowd in Mumbai, India, she said the following:

“[Democrats] do not do well with white men, and we don’t do well with married, white women. And part of that is an identification with the Republican Party, and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever, believes you should,”

In other words, if you are a woman married to a white man, the male members of your family will influence your vote. And a man from the Washington Post agrees.

From the article:

Oregon State University assistant professor Kelsy Kretschmer co-wrote a study examining women’s voting patterns. “We know white men are more conservative, so when you’re married to a white man you get a lot more pressure to vote consistent with that ideology,” she told the Guardian last year.

In the study published in Political Research Quarterly, Kretschmer and her co-authors wrote:

“Women consistently earn less money and hold less power, which fosters women’s economic dependency on men. Thus, it is within married women’s interests to support policies and politicians who protect their husbands and improve their status.”

Huh.

While the surveys and studies make certain priori assumptions in analyzing the data, it could equally be said:

Democrat men heavily influenced their wives to vote for Hillary.

Of course, the opposite could be true.

Emasculated husbands of Democrat women didn’t want to hurt their wives feelings so they voted for Hillary along with their wives.

Or perhaps, maybe wives understood Hillary’s crooked nature and heavily influenced made their husbands vote for Trump.

Cue indignant men making comments about refusing to be told what to do by a woman in 5..4…3..2…

4 thoughts on “There might be a different conclusion.

  1. it just never enters their minds that maybe “married conservative white men” are married to conservative women who feel the same way they do, does it??

    sheesh, my better half and I agreed way WAY before the nomination process had winnowed down that regardless of who got the R nomination, ANYONE was better than Hillary would be.

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