Saturday, February 03, 2018

I'm not a smart man, cuzzin Jenny ...

My Little Study May Well Explain Lib-O's Voting in the U.S.:
Fact: The U.S. is the only Western country with restrictions against marriage between cousins.

Fact: The U.S. is the only Western country with restrictions against marriage between cousins.

"Cousin marriage is marriage between cousins (i.e. people with common grandparents or people who share other fairly recent ancestors). Opinions and practice vary widely across the world. In some cultures and communities, cousin marriage is considered ideal and actively encouraged; in others, it is subject to social stigma. Cousin marriage is common in the Middle East, for instance, where it accounts for over half of all marriages in some countries."
That last sentence explains a lot. But - Please, allow me explain that further; It is a traditional idea that cousin and sibling marriages are a Southern thing here in the U.S. - That's not absolutely true! And I'll prove it with statistics.

 So I decided to do a study of my own to not only discount that old Southern stigma but to show what the political persuasion of the "Genetically & Generational Unmodified" really is.

I intend to show that the latest state-by-state law data shows that the 18 states who turn a "blind eye" towards cousin marriages are usually the most politically Liberal.  I used those same 18 state's voting records during the 2016 presidential election; cross referenced those two data sources, calculated the probabilities and factored in that data to reach a "scientific" conclusion:

The 18 state's of "Acceptance" - [(D) or (R), their 2016 electoral votes and party vote majorities]:

1) Alabama (R) - 9 by 27.7%
2) Alaska (R) - 3 by 14.7%
3) California (D) - 55 by 30.1%
4) Colorado (D) - 9 by 4.9%
5) Connecticut (D) - 7 by 13.7%
6) Florida (R) - 29 by 1.2%
7) Georgia (R) - 16 by 5.2%
8) Hawaii (D) - 4 by 32.2%
9) Maryland (D) - 10 by  26.4%
10) Massachusetts (D) - 11 by 27.2%
11) New Jersey (D) - 14 by 14.1%
12) New Mexico (D) - 5 by 8.2%
13) New York (D) - 29 by 22.5%
14) North Carolina (R) - 15 by 3.6%
15) Rhode Island (D) - 4 by 15.5%
16) Tennessee (R) - 11 by 26%
17) Vermont (D) - 3 by 25.4%
18) Virginia (D) - 13 by 5.3%

  1. 6 of the "in-bred acceptance states" voted for Trump in 2016 by an average of 13.0%
  2. 12 of the "in-bred acceptance states" voted for Clinton in 2016 by an average of 18.8%

Which only proves (Somehow) that the genetically inbred acceptance states are more likely to vote Democratic by almost 6% than those who have laws against cousin marriages.

HEY! It's about as "Scientific" as most of the polls and studies that I have been reading about Trump's popularity and probably more accurate.

By RON in OHIO via 

1 comment:

Tom Smith said...

More scientific than a NASA temperature model.

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