We already checked part of his statement that "Virginia’s educational level among whites is higher than Georgia (voters’ educational level)." We rated it true.In the article, Sabato goes on to explain more of the characteristics of the political parties’ faithful. The higher the education level, the more likely they are to vote Democratic," he said in the story.Looking at CNN’s 2008 national election poll of almost 18,000 respondents, 44 percent identified as college graduates.Of those college graduates, Obama had an 8 percentage point advantage over then-Republican presidential nominee John Mc Cain.With the presidential election upon us this week, Politi Fact Georgia decided to examine a statement about national voting trends.In a recent Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, political analyst Larry Sabato commented on the constituency of the political parties, particularly among white voters.
He came down hard on Donald Trump and asked if he was running a comic book campaign, which Trump took issue to.
The rancour has not dissipated as it has in the aftermath of other recent contentious U. The Reuters/Ipsos poll of 6,426 people, taken from Dec 27 to Jan 18, shows the number of respondents who argued with family and friends over politics jumped 6 percentage points from a pre-election poll at the height of the campaign in October, up to 39 percent from 33 percent.
Sixteen percent said they have stopped talking to a family member or friend because of the election - up marginally from 15 percent.
Burning passions over Donald Trump's presidency are taking a personal toll on both sides of the political divide.
For Gayle Mc Cormick, it is particularly wrenching: she has separated from her husband of 22 years.