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Short Answer Is there a new divide between college & noncollege with non white voters in the US? No. Long Answer There Currently Isn't A Significant Education Gap For Non-White Voters In 2020 there was not a statistically significant difference between the voting preferences of non-white voters with and without college degrees. The CNN exit polls from ...


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One of the major reasons is that today's Social Sciences and Humanities professors are overwhelmingly leftist. Here is somewhat dated data, from 7 years ago, that shows that college professors are much further to the left than their students. It's difficult to overestimate how far to the left Social Sciences professors are. Most of them self-describe as ...


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The answer may lay (at least partially) in the Orthodox Jewish community. While NYC has a large Orthodox Jewish community (one of the biggest in the world), Orthodox Jewish presence in Newark, Orange, Jersey City, Union City, etc. is very small. According to a poll conducted by Ami Magazine, Donald Trump's approval rate in the Orthodox Jewish community has ...


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One contributing pattern that was particularly emphasized in the industrial centers around the great lakes, was reduced Dem turnout due to a series of disappointments in economic policy. Author Thomas Frank in particular has focused heavily on this dynamic. This included US manufacturing job losses (in the face of growing overall North American ...


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No, there is little to no correlation. We can use decennial census data from 2000, demographic estimates from the American Community Survey, the MEDSL county data for the 2004 election, as well as Fox's feed for the 2020 election to investigate this. There is barely any correlation between the variables - a correlation coefficient of around 0.11, which ...


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Louisiana has a significant African American population, but it is still majority white with white people making up 65% of the population, and 70% of voters. And this population is quite solidly Republican: Nearly 80% of white voters vote Republican. Even if every non-white voter were to vote Democrat that already gives the Republicans a 56:44 lead. Of ...


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