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Aug 3, 2022 05:46:12   #
Geo
 
Republican Party is literally getting dumber, new study shows
Michael Martin


The Democratic Party is increasingly attracting people with more education, while the Republican Party is attracting people with less, according to a new study by Pew Research Center, which says the educational gap is the widest in the survey’s two-decade history.

In 2017, 54 percent of registered voters with a four-year college degree identify as Democrats while 39 percent identify as Republicans. In 1994, those numbers were exactly reversed. Today, 63 percent of people with a postgraduate degree say they’re Democrats, compared to 31 percent Republican. In 1994, the numbers were almost even: 47 percent said Democrat and 45 percent said Republican.

Among registered voters with a high school education or less, today 47 percent align with Republicans and 45 percent with Democrats. That’s a five-point gain for the GOP and a two-point decline for Democrats since 1994.

“Higher educational attainment is increasingly associated with Democratic Party affiliation and leaning,” the study authors said. “At the same time, those without college experience – once a group that tilted more Democratic than Republican – are roughly divided in their partisan orientation.”

In the 2016 election, Trump won among people without a college degree by 52 to 44 percent. College-educated people voted for Clinton 52 to 43 percent.

The new study also showed that among white registered voters without a college degree, almost an equal number identified as Democrat and Republican in 2010, at the end of President Obama’s first year in office: about 43 percent. In 2017, 58 percent say they’re Republican and 35 percent say they’re Democrats — growth of a 23-point gap in seven years.

White voters’ preferences flip at higher educational levels: Among whites with a four-year college degree, 49 percent identify as Democratic or leaning and 46 percent identify as Republican or leaning. Among those with postgrad experience, 59 percent align with Democrats and 37 percent Republicans.

“This may not bode well for the GOP long-term as the American public becomes increasingly educated,” noted Eugene Scott of the “Washington Post.” “According to Census Bureau data, more Americans have a college degree now than they did a year ago — the highest number ever measured by the Census.”

The new study also showed that Democrats have a huge advantage over Republicans among millennial voters: 59 percent say they’re Democrats or leaning Democratic, while 32 percent say they’re Republican or leaning toward the GOP.

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Aug 3, 2022 06:13:56   #
Big dog
 
Geo wrote:
Republican Party is literally getting dumber, new study shows
Michael Martin


The Democratic Party is increasingly attracting people with more education, while the Republican Party is attracting people with less, according to a new study by Pew Research Center, which says the educational gap is the widest in the survey’s two-decade history.

In 2017, 54 percent of registered voters with a four-year college degree identify as Democrats while 39 percent identify as Republicans. In 1994, those numbers were exactly reversed. Today, 63 percent of people with a postgraduate degree say they’re Democrats, compared to 31 percent Republican. In 1994, the numbers were almost even: 47 percent said Democrat and 45 percent said Republican.

Among registered voters with a high school education or less, today 47 percent align with Republicans and 45 percent with Democrats. That’s a five-point gain for the GOP and a two-point decline for Democrats since 1994.

“Higher educational attainment is increasingly associated with Democratic Party affiliation and leaning,” the study authors said. “At the same time, those without college experience – once a group that tilted more Democratic than Republican – are roughly divided in their partisan orientation.”

In the 2016 election, Trump won among people without a college degree by 52 to 44 percent. College-educated people voted for Clinton 52 to 43 percent.

The new study also showed that among white registered voters without a college degree, almost an equal number identified as Democrat and Republican in 2010, at the end of President Obama’s first year in office: about 43 percent. In 2017, 58 percent say they’re Republican and 35 percent say they’re Democrats — growth of a 23-point gap in seven years.

White voters’ preferences flip at higher educational levels: Among whites with a four-year college degree, 49 percent identify as Democratic or leaning and 46 percent identify as Republican or leaning. Among those with postgrad experience, 59 percent align with Democrats and 37 percent Republicans.

“This may not bode well for the GOP long-term as the American public becomes increasingly educated,” noted Eugene Scott of the “Washington Post.” “According to Census Bureau data, more Americans have a college degree now than they did a year ago — the highest number ever measured by the Census.”

The new study also showed that Democrats have a huge advantage over Republicans among millennial voters: 59 percent say they’re Democrats or leaning Democratic, while 32 percent say they’re Republican or leaning toward the GOP.
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Tell me you’re a democrat without telling me you’re a democrat…

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Aug 3, 2022 06:21:20   #
Big Kahuna
 
Geo wrote:
Republican Party is literally getting dumber, new study shows
Michael Martin


The Democratic Party is increasingly attracting people with more education, while the Republican Party is attracting people with less, according to a new study by Pew Research Center, which says the educational gap is the widest in the survey’s two-decade history.

In 2017, 54 percent of registered voters with a four-year college degree identify as Democrats while 39 percent identify as Republicans. In 1994, those numbers were exactly reversed. Today, 63 percent of people with a postgraduate degree say they’re Democrats, compared to 31 percent Republican. In 1994, the numbers were almost even: 47 percent said Democrat and 45 percent said Republican.

Among registered voters with a high school education or less, today 47 percent align with Republicans and 45 percent with Democrats. That’s a five-point gain for the GOP and a two-point decline for Democrats since 1994.

“Higher educational attainment is increasingly associated with Democratic Party affiliation and leaning,” the study authors said. “At the same time, those without college experience – once a group that tilted more Democratic than Republican – are roughly divided in their partisan orientation.”

In the 2016 election, Trump won among people without a college degree by 52 to 44 percent. College-educated people voted for Clinton 52 to 43 percent.

The new study also showed that among white registered voters without a college degree, almost an equal number identified as Democrat and Republican in 2010, at the end of President Obama’s first year in office: about 43 percent. In 2017, 58 percent say they’re Republican and 35 percent say they’re Democrats — growth of a 23-point gap in seven years.

White voters’ preferences flip at higher educational levels: Among whites with a four-year college degree, 49 percent identify as Democratic or leaning and 46 percent identify as Republican or leaning. Among those with postgrad experience, 59 percent align with Democrats and 37 percent Republicans.

“This may not bode well for the GOP long-term as the American public becomes increasingly educated,” noted Eugene Scott of the “Washington Post.” “According to Census Bureau data, more Americans have a college degree now than they did a year ago — the highest number ever measured by the Census.”

The new study also showed that Democrats have a huge advantage over Republicans among millennial voters: 59 percent say they’re Democrats or leaning Democratic, while 32 percent say they’re Republican or leaning toward the GOP.
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If your studies are accurate it just shows how worthless an education is nowadays. It is better to send your kids to a trade school where they can really learn how to get a job once they graduate. Gender studies, race baiting degrees, Historical Crossdressing degrees and America Bashing degrees are worthless. Who needs an education like that? And to think the Gov wants to pay for these silly degrees taken from the American taxpayer who thinks these degrees are a crock of $hit. I'll bet Pew Research didn't list the degrees of the dumbobrats they were polling!!

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Aug 3, 2022 06:21:48   #
Wolf counselor Loc: Heart of Texas
 
Big dog wrote:
Tell me you’re a democrat without telling me you’re a democrat…


The democrat party is the party of queers, trannies, criminals and low lifes.

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Aug 3, 2022 06:25:36   #
Big Kahuna
 
Big dog wrote:
Tell me you’re a democrat without telling me you’re a democrat…


Geo has a higher education. It is probably in White Exclusion Theory. Now that's a degree his parents will be proud of until he can't get a job after they paid well over $300,000 for it and he turns on his parents for being White.

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Aug 3, 2022 06:28:36   #
Big Kahuna
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
The democrat party is the party of queers, trannies, criminals and low lifes.


Pretty low I.Q people. Does being educated in sexual perversion, sexual confusion pedophilia and thuggery count as a higher degree?? It probably does if you are a demoKraut.

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Aug 3, 2022 08:16:17   #
JR-57 Loc: South Carolina
 
Geo wrote:
Republican Party is literally getting dumber, new study shows
Michael Martin


The Democratic Party is increasingly attracting people with more education, while the Republican Party is attracting people with less, according to a new study by Pew Research Center, which says the educational gap is the widest in the survey’s two-decade history.

In 2017, 54 percent of registered voters with a four-year college degree identify as Democrats while 39 percent identify as Republicans. In 1994, those numbers were exactly reversed. Today, 63 percent of people with a postgraduate degree say they’re Democrats, compared to 31 percent Republican. In 1994, the numbers were almost even: 47 percent said Democrat and 45 percent said Republican.

Among registered voters with a high school education or less, today 47 percent align with Republicans and 45 percent with Democrats. That’s a five-point gain for the GOP and a two-point decline for Democrats since 1994.

“Higher educational attainment is increasingly associated with Democratic Party affiliation and leaning,” the study authors said. “At the same time, those without college experience – once a group that tilted more Democratic than Republican – are roughly divided in their partisan orientation.”

In the 2016 election, Trump won among people without a college degree by 52 to 44 percent. College-educated people voted for Clinton 52 to 43 percent.

The new study also showed that among white registered voters without a college degree, almost an equal number identified as Democrat and Republican in 2010, at the end of President Obama’s first year in office: about 43 percent. In 2017, 58 percent say they’re Republican and 35 percent say they’re Democrats — growth of a 23-point gap in seven years.

White voters’ preferences flip at higher educational levels: Among whites with a four-year college degree, 49 percent identify as Democratic or leaning and 46 percent identify as Republican or leaning. Among those with postgrad experience, 59 percent align with Democrats and 37 percent Republicans.

“This may not bode well for the GOP long-term as the American public becomes increasingly educated,” noted Eugene Scott of the “Washington Post.” “According to Census Bureau data, more Americans have a college degree now than they did a year ago — the highest number ever measured by the Census.”

The new study also showed that Democrats have a huge advantage over Republicans among millennial voters: 59 percent say they’re Democrats or leaning Democratic, while 32 percent say they’re Republican or leaning toward the GOP.
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Members of the Peoples Temple were highly educated by their leader Jim Jones. So educated and strong in their knowledge that they all drank the Kool-Aid. Intellectual elites. Every one of them. Not one with any common sense.

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Aug 3, 2022 08:50:03   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
JR-57 wrote:
Members of the Peoples Temple were highly educated by their leader Jim Jones. So educated and strong in their knowledge that they all drank the Kool-Aid. Intellectual elites. Every one of them. Not one with any common sense.


So , the peoples temple were cultists.
I believe also an experiment .
For MK -Ultra (mind kontrol) ultra.
A covert experiment conducted by the CIA .
Any cult members around today should consider this possibility.
They have admitted it’s true.
The aching question is why are trumpstars so far from reality ?
They are hellbent on trump winning , but totally lost to the nuances.

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Aug 3, 2022 08:58:05   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Big Kahuna wrote:
Pretty low I.Q people. Does being educated in sexual perversion, sexual confusion pedophilia and thuggery count as a higher degree?? It probably does if you are a demoKraut.


The Dems have bigger tent than republicans. Hence higher voter turnout.
As is with most majorities.
To confuse the Democratic Party with anything other than an American Political Party is plain foolish.
But , they have no need to lie , cheat and steal to win elections , as the right needs to do.
The right should try to find common ground and work up from there. Hopefully finding
Common sense , decency and fairness .

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Aug 3, 2022 12:27:16   #
Ricktloml
 
Big dog wrote:
Tell me you’re a democrat without telling me you’re a democrat…


I guess we are supposed to be surprised that since leftists took over running the public school system they have indoctrinated tens of thousands of students in left-wing/socialist/communist ideals. For leftist useful idiots being miseducated/indoctrinated and having a degree proving it is the equivalent of actual intelligence. Being able to actually form a critical thought? Well that's not expected, or even approved of. Toe the Democrat/Communist Party line or be assailed with false accusations/insults. Don't EVER expect the truth

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Aug 3, 2022 13:19:35   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Ricktloml wrote:
I guess we are supposed to be surprised that since leftists took over running the public school system they have indoctrinated tens of thousands of students in left-wing/socialist/communist ideals. For leftist useful idiots being miseducated/indoctrinated and having a degree proving it is the equivalent of actual intelligence. Being able to actually form a critical thought? Well that's not expected, or even approved of. Toe the Democrat/Communist Party line or be assailed with false accusations/insults. Don't EVER expect the truth
I guess we are supposed to be surprised that since... (show quote)


What is approved of toeing the teapublitarian fascists line ?

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Aug 4, 2022 07:54:32   #
Dan the man
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
The democrat party is the party of queers, trannies, criminals and low lifes.


Got that correct!

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Aug 4, 2022 07:56:45   #
Dan the man
 
JR-57 wrote:
Members of the Peoples Temple were highly educated by their leader Jim Jones. So educated and strong in their knowledge that they all drank the Kool-Aid. Intellectual elites. Every one of them. Not one with any common sense.


New cool-Aid....Co-Vid

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Aug 4, 2022 08:07:04   #
Big Kahuna
 
Dan the man wrote:
New cool-Aid....Co-Vid


New cool-Aid, the toxic Wuhan jab.

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Aug 4, 2022 15:46:42   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Geo wrote:
Republican Party is literally getting dumber, new study shows
Michael Martin


The Democratic Party is increasingly attracting people with more education, while the Republican Party is attracting people with less, according to a new study by Pew Research Center, which says the educational gap is the widest in the survey’s two-decade history.

In 2017, 54 percent of registered voters with a four-year college degree identify as Democrats while 39 percent identify as Republicans. In 1994, those numbers were exactly reversed. Today, 63 percent of people with a postgraduate degree say they’re Democrats, compared to 31 percent Republican. In 1994, the numbers were almost even: 47 percent said Democrat and 45 percent said Republican.

Among registered voters with a high school education or less, today 47 percent align with Republicans and 45 percent with Democrats. That’s a five-point gain for the GOP and a two-point decline for Democrats since 1994.

“Higher educational attainment is increasingly associated with Democratic Party affiliation and leaning,” the study authors said. “At the same time, those without college experience – once a group that tilted more Democratic than Republican – are roughly divided in their partisan orientation.”

In the 2016 election, Trump won among people without a college degree by 52 to 44 percent. College-educated people voted for Clinton 52 to 43 percent.

The new study also showed that among white registered voters without a college degree, almost an equal number identified as Democrat and Republican in 2010, at the end of President Obama’s first year in office: about 43 percent. In 2017, 58 percent say they’re Republican and 35 percent say they’re Democrats — growth of a 23-point gap in seven years.

White voters’ preferences flip at higher educational levels: Among whites with a four-year college degree, 49 percent identify as Democratic or leaning and 46 percent identify as Republican or leaning. Among those with postgrad experience, 59 percent align with Democrats and 37 percent Republicans.

“This may not bode well for the GOP long-term as the American public becomes increasingly educated,” noted Eugene Scott of the “Washington Post.” “According to Census Bureau data, more Americans have a college degree now than they did a year ago — the highest number ever measured by the Census.”

The new study also showed that Democrats have a huge advantage over Republicans among millennial voters: 59 percent say they’re Democrats or leaning Democratic, while 32 percent say they’re Republican or leaning toward the GOP.
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Question: stupid dems answer: yes

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