America is divided 50/50 on just about EVERYTHING. You can even convince 50% of us that someone saying "Laurel" is saying "Yanny." (???)
So it isn't too surprising that while 51% of America AGREES with ABC's decision to cancel "Roseanne", another 31% say they made the wrong decision. And about 18% apparently don't give a rat's ass.
59% say ROSEANNE BARR's Tweet was racist, and 20% believe that it wasn't.
And as you might expect, the results resemble America's POLITICAL divide. Roseanne gets more of a pass from Republican voters, probably because she an outspoken backer of President Trump, both on her show and in real life.
91% of people who voted for Hillary Clinton said Roseanne's Tweet was racist, while just 2% said that it was not.
31% of Trump voters think it's racist, 45% say it's NOT, and 24% are still undecided.
For what it's worth, 87% of African American respondents said they felt that it was racist. Only 56% of Caucasians did, and 49% of Hispanics.
The breakdown was similar when people were asked what should've happened to her show. 85% of Hillary voters think ABC made the RIGHT decision, while only 21% of Trump voters think they did.
(The poll was conducted by YouGov. You can browse all the results, here.)