My college educated sister voted for Trump. Her husband has two Masters Degrees and works in finance, and I'm pretty sure he did, too.The Venerable Bogatir X wrote:We'll just have to wait and see. Clearly, the media is stunned by the inaccuracy of the data and the polling, as they are outright saying so. Subjectively speaking, in my little (mostly upper middle class to wealthy) town here in MN. My wife and I voted at 8AM and we saw a lot of white guys in their power suits and a lot of soccer moms in their high-end yoga gear, along with a parking lot full of high end SUV's, BMW's, ect. I could be wrong, but I suspect just about all of them were college educated and all appeared to be white. Trump will lose to Ciinton in MN, but I suspect my little district voted Trump (it usually does go Republican) and there are probably a lot of little districts in America that had polling stations that looked a lot like the one I voted at. Hardly 'rural America'...20 minutes from Minneapolis.Grandpa's Spells wrote: b) distinct from college-educated whites, which is also unusual. The GOP used to count on college-educated whites, and didn't dominate non-college educated whites. This represents a shift.
Philly suburbs. Most of their neighbors and friends voted Trump.