A new survey of 615 men revealed that 36 percent of Republicans versus only 22 percent of Democrats admitted to committing some “harassing behaviors,” which include telling “sexual stories or jokes some might consider offensive” on one end of the scale and inappropriate touching to sexual coercion on the other.

Similarly, 37 percent of men who strongly approved of President Donald Trump’s performance in office admitted to engaging in one of the harassing behaviors, while only a quarter of the men who disapproved of Trump’s performance said they had committed a form of harassment, according to the New York Times and Morning Consult poll.

It’s unclear if Democratic men simply can’t admit that they commit the workplace harassment or if they actually commit it less frequently than their Republican counterparts; the data do not account for actual instances, but merely each man’s admission of what he had done in the past.