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    Survey - Trump and Rape

    https://slate.com/news-and-politics/...ds-rapist.html

    What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think of President Donald Trump and women? Pollsters from PerryUndem and Supermajority, a new women’s activism nonprofit, asked 1,912 likely 2020 voters to try this free-association exercise. And wouldn’t you know it—a plurality of respondents said rapist.
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    https://int.nyt.com/data/documenthel...ull.pdf#page=1

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    Among all voters, 63% think that President
    Trump has “definitely” (44%) or “probably”
    (19%) sexually assaulted women in his
    past. About one in four (23%) says he
    “probably has not” sexually assaulted
    women. Fourteen percent of voters think
    President Trump has “definitely not”
    sexually assaulted women in past.

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    It looks like the nation wide attacks on abortion is making most women rather unhappy
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    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
    The survey also demonstrated that many women were unhappy with the laws the GOP is getting passed. It is going to cause a lot of women to vote and not for the GOP or Trump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerful Charlie View Post
    https://slate.com/news-and-politics/...ds-rapist.html

    What’s the first word that comes to mind when you think of President Donald Trump and women? Pollsters from PerryUndem and Supermajority, a new women’s activism nonprofit, asked 1,912 likely 2020 voters to try this free-association exercise. And wouldn’t you know it—a plurality of respondents said rapist.
    ...

    https://int.nyt.com/data/documenthel...ull.pdf#page=1

    ...
    Among all voters, 63% think that President
    Trump has “definitely” (44%) or “probably”
    (19%) sexually assaulted women in his
    past. About one in four (23%) says he
    “probably has not” sexually assaulted
    women. Fourteen percent of voters think
    President Trump has “definitely not”
    sexually assaulted women in past.

    ...

    It looks like the nation wide attacks on abortion is making most women rather unhappy
    Not sure it has anything to do with abortion. It's not like women are overwhelmingly pro-choice, it's split down the middle, though women tend to be pro-choice, it's like 49 percent of men are pro-life and 47 percent of women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
    Who is this "we" you speak for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerful Charlie View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
    The survey also demonstrated that many women were unhappy with the laws the GOP is getting passed. It is going to cause a lot of women to vote and not for the GOP or Trump.
    OK. The connect isn't apparent in your post. It looks like you randomly jumped from "Trump/rapist" to "abortion."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
    Who is this "we" you speak for?
    Women. I'm a woman. The term used in the article and the OP was "women."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
    And is insulting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toni View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
    And is insulting.
    The survey also has a section on opinions of voters on women's issues. Many women are not happy with the politics of this in the era of Trump. As usual, there is a partisan divide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheerful Charlie View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Floof View Post
    Your last sentence is confusing. We are unhappy about abortion laws as well as unhappy about blatant misogyny at the highest levels of our society, not because of. They're related, yes, but the cause and effect you imply doesn't make sense.
    The survey also demonstrated that many women were unhappy with the laws the GOP is getting passed. It is going to cause a lot of women to vote and not for the GOP or Trump.
    That means many women are unhappy with Moscow Mitch also, but they don't think he's a rapist. Your cause/effect seems to have been pulled from the ether.

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    Objection!

    I think there's little doubt he's sexually assaulted women. What else is "grab them by the pussy" referring to??

    That doesn't prove he's a rapist, though.

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