80% Of White Evangelical Christians Supported Alleged Child Molester Roy Moore In Historic Loss
New exit polling shows that Republican U.S. Senate candidate and accused child molester Roy Moore received 80 percent support from white evangelical Christians.
The Edison Research for the National Election Pool, The Washington Post and other media organizations conducted the exit poll that also showed 96 percent of African-American voters supported Democratic candidate Doug Jones, who won the historic special election.
Jones received only 30 percent of white votes, while Moore garnered 68 percent of the white vote.
Fifty-four percent of college graduates voted for Jones, while 52 percent of non-college voters chose Moore.
Moore won the majority of white college graduate women, 52 percent, and white non-college graduate women, 73 percent, despite Moore’s opposition to the right of women to vote.
Moore has voiced his opposition to all the amendments in the U.S. Constitution after the first ten amendments.