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Republicans have to be mindful of the generational shift that has made the country far more vigilant on matters of sexual misconduct, and of the women demanding that the allegations made by Dr. Blasey, now a research psychologist in Northern California, be taken seriously. No matter their differing viewpoints, scholars, advocates for women’s rights, politicians and others see enormous consequence in reckoning with adolescent behavior during a high court fight in an unusually combustible election year. “This is going to come back to bite women, I promise you,” said Kay Hymowitz, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a conservative think tank, and the author of “Manning Up: How the Rise of Women Has Turned Men Into Boys.” “Teenage girls do crazy, stupid things also. Even if they have not attempted a rape, they will have done other stupid things. There’s a lot of confusion about what we expect of kids, boys and girls, when it comes to sex.” Others argued that while it is reasonable to put the allegations in context — if they are true, he was just a teenager, that argument goes — Judge Kavanaugh is not up for an ordinary job. “I would be very troubled if someone were about to go to jail for something like this that happened 40 years ago,” said Nancy Gertner, a retired federal judge who has written extensively in defense of women’s rights in sexual harassment and sexual assault. Still, she said, “With respect to the Supreme Court you’re dealing with an elite position which is a privilege to be confirmed for. And arguably the standards are much higher.” Judge Gertner noted that she had raised two teenagers — “teenage boys are nuts,” she said — and she has seen how allegations, even when found to be false, can unfairly tarnish young men. Last year, she and three other Harvard Law School professors urged the Department of Education to reassess Obama-era guidance to colleges on dealing with allegations of sexual assault, arguing they had encouraged colleges to adopt definitions of misconduct that are “seriously overbroad.” “Should she be believed? I don’t know,” she said.

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In many cases, I suspect, those voters provided their parents’ landline telephone numbers when they first registered to vote. But the challenge is even greater than it seems. The few cellphone numbers we do have in these low-coverage states are notably less likely to yield a response than in the other states. So not only do we have fewer cellphone numbers, but those numbers appear to be worse, too. The result: In places like Virginia’s Seventh, Texas’ Seventh or Kentucky’s Sixth, we’ve really struggled to contact younger voters. In other places, where we’ve had ample cellphone numbers, we’ve often had too many younger voters. We’re not alone on this. The Monmouth poll, for instance, works off the same lists that we do. We started in a lot of the districts where we thought we’d face the biggest challenges, and we have a few adjustments in store in our last wave of polls. We’ll expand our young voter weight from 18-34 to 18-39 in some states.

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