Political divides grow

From Inside Higher Ed: “An initial analysis of polling data from the midterm elections showed that 52 percent of voters with a bachelor’s degree cast their ballots for Democrats; 42 percent of those with a high school degree or less voted for Democrats, according to The Washington Post. … ‘The changes in voting patterns are real,’ said Terry Hartle, senior vice president for government relations at ACE. ‘For most of the last century, people who went to college tended to vote for Republicans in national elections. People who did not go to college tended to vote for Democrats. We’ve seen this change fairly sharply within the last decade.’”

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