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Will education decide the 2020 election?

Posted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 9:53 am
by The Butcher
According to exit polls, 61 percent of non-college-educated white voters cast their ballots for Republicans while just 45 percent of college-educated white voters did so. Meanwhile 53 percent of college-educated white voters cast their votes for Democrats compared with 37 percent of those without a degree.

The diploma divide, as it’s often called, is not occurring across the electorate; it is primarily a phenomenon among white voters. It’s an unprecedented divide, and is in fact a complete departure from the diploma divide of the past. Non-college-educated white voters used to solidly belong to Democrats, and college-educated white voters to Republicans. Several events over the past six decades have caused these allegiances to switch, the most recent being the candidacy, election, and presidency of Donald Trump.

Re: Will education decide the 2020 election?

Posted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 11:54 am
by codecat
The Butcher wrote:
Tue Mar 17, 2020 9:53 am
According to exit polls, 61 percent of non-college-educated white voters cast their ballots for Republicans while just 45 percent of college-educated white voters did so. Meanwhile 53 percent of college-educated white voters cast their votes for Democrats compared with 37 percent of those without a degree.

The diploma divide, as it’s often called, is not occurring across the electorate; it is primarily a phenomenon among white voters. It’s an unprecedented divide, and is in fact a complete departure from the diploma divide of the past. Non-college-educated white voters used to solidly belong to Democrats, and college-educated white voters to Republicans. Several events over the past six decades have caused these allegiances to switch, the most recent being the candidacy, election, and presidency of Donald Trump.
That is the hope of foreigner George Soros and the millions he has pumped into our education system!!!

Re: Will education decide the 2020 election?

Posted: Wed Mar 18, 2020 8:25 am
by iaafan
codecat wrote:
Tue Mar 17, 2020 11:54 am
The Butcher wrote:
Tue Mar 17, 2020 9:53 am
According to exit polls, 61 percent of non-college-educated white voters cast their ballots for Republicans while just 45 percent of college-educated white voters did so. Meanwhile 53 percent of college-educated white voters cast their votes for Democrats compared with 37 percent of those without a degree.

The diploma divide, as it’s often called, is not occurring across the electorate; it is primarily a phenomenon among white voters. It’s an unprecedented divide, and is in fact a complete departure from the diploma divide of the past. Non-college-educated white voters used to solidly belong to Democrats, and college-educated white voters to Republicans. Several events over the past six decades have caused these allegiances to switch, the most recent being the candidacy, election, and presidency of Donald Trump.
That is the hope of foreigner George Soros and the millions he has pumped into our education system!!!
That evil bastard! Putting money into education. He should be putting his money into voter suppression or something more American.

Re: Will education decide the 2020 election?

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 8:43 pm
by seataccat
Yea god forbid you invest in education. Higher education is just liberal propoghanda.

Re: Will education decide the 2020 election?

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 9:36 am
by LTown Cat
Nope. It's looking like a f***king virus will decide it.