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As a group, they hit two weak spots for the GOP: The party traditionally trails among women, and, more recently, it has slid in popularity among college graduates overall.
Stephanie Martin, a 44-year-old mother in Chapel Hill, N.
The Democratic advantage is even bigger among women with college degrees.
These women would rather see Democrats than Republicans lead Congress by 32 percentage points, 62% to 30%, far larger than the party’s edge among these women in the past two midterm years, the latest Journal/NBC News survey found.
Among the reasons, she said, was the GOP’s support for former Judge Roy Moore in Alabama’s Senate election this month, after he was accused of sexual misconduct with teenage girls. Martin, a former corporate executive who holds a master’s degree.
Opinions like those could become a point of concern for the party.
The party will “do bold things that work and prove our principles in practice,’’ House Speaker Paul Ryan said recently.
Journal/NBC News polling has found that women without college degrees also have moved toward favoring Democratic control of Congress in recent midterm elections, as have men with and without degrees.
In particular, women with a four-year college degree have moved toward favoring Democratic control of Congress, recent polling shows, helping to account for a substantial Democratic lead in multiple surveys on the question of which party Americans want to see leading Congress after the midterm elections.College educated women, and white college educated women specifically, have traditionally voted GOP.They've been moving toward the Democrats for a while, but now they are making the shift in large numbers. Trump is viscerally repulsive to most women, although he obviously feels he's God's great gift to the ladies.They pass a big bill and Trump gets his victory lap replete with a huge bipartisan celebration on the white house steps.The media sees this as Trump's Big Pivot, he learned from his mistakes in the first term, he is now the big hearted populist he always said he was, his base is thrilled to see that he's finally being celebrated as the Great President they knew he would be and they come out in droves in 2018 to thank the Republicans for their service. As I have written before, the only bipartisan deals the Democrats need to make are those that are on their own terms.
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