Sadly, it simply doesn't matter to the lemmings who would follow him and his litany of lies over a steep cliff. I primarily identified as, and voted, Republican for over 40 years, and I can't stand today's Republican party (nor, might I add, the far left of the Democratic party). When a nation as powerful and important to the world and democracy as the United States of America offers its citizens a choice for President of Donald Trump or Joe Biden something is terribly wrong. IMO the "real" problem is that the far right has taken over the Republican party and the far left has taken over the Democratic party --- but NEITHER speaks for nor addresses the views and concerns of the majority of Americans.
Agree with the first statement - Massachusetts is 107, I think.
I would have guessed the average Harvard and MIT grad (back in the day) had an IQ of about 130 or so, so I wonder if enough graduates (and their offspring) actually can account for 7 points out of an entire state.