Did Working Class Whites Really vote for Trump?

Whites without college degrees made the largest group of voters 44%.

Whites without college degrees make up around 33% or one-third of the likely Democratic voters, a March 20 Pew Research Center Poll concluded.

Whites without college degrees made up around 30% of the electorate.

Exit polls overestimated the number of whites without college degrees at 37%. This was probably because some whites without college degrees lied about having one.

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Surprise Democrats are winning by Acting like Republicans

Lamb’s victory is the product of a new Democratic strategy that we’re likely to see all over the country this year. The strategy is hardly original, but it is effective and proven.

There is no compromise; no moderation, and no shades of grey, just all-out war on the other guys. Republicans have been following this strategy for decades, taking hardline positions on issues like gun control and abortion and winning loyalty from large segments of the populace.

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Bettors have Chosen the Next U.S. President and it is Kamala Harris

A half-Indian/half-African woman of colour is the strongest contender to be the next president of the United States according to bettors.
Harris would be the first woman; and the first person of Indian descent, to be president of the United States.

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The Student Loan Crisis is worse than You Think

An astonishing 49.8% of Millennials said they would give up the right to vote in the next two presidential elections in exchange for student-loan forgiveness, a Pollfish survey conducted by the loan refinancer Credible found.

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Austerity is Dead, Get Used to It

Austerity is dead and John Maynard Keynes is the economic sage of our age. Learn to love it; and Keynes, politicians if you wanted to get elected. If you don’t like it politicians start looking for a new job because you will need one.

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Has Movement Conservatism become a Liability for Republicans?

Movement conservatism still dominates the Republican Party and that might be the GOP’s greatest weakness. The Grand Old Party is still dominated by an unpopular ideology that is fast becoming a fringe belief. Unless Republicans can figure out a way to live without movement conservativism they face the prospect of massive electoral losses in the near future.

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