Is there a correlation between intelligence and morality? I can imagine an intelligent person giving a sophisticated analysis to a complex moral question before acting as warranted by his/her analysis. On the other hand, I can imagine a person of lesser intelligence acting in a moral and caring manner without much reflection, because he or she has been raised to be kind and considerate, and because kindness and consideration have always been part of the person's personality.
Conversely, it is pretty easy to see examples of immoral behavior from both more intelligent and less intelligent people as well.
It seems logical that intelligence would confer a greater ability to be moral, but everyday life does not seem to show any firm correlation between the two.