“The GOP is trading soccer moms for Walmart dads.” https://t.co/CgHv5h3YyU— Bruce Mehlman (@bpmehlman) July 14, 2022
For the first time in a Times/Siena national survey, Democrats had a larger share of support among white college graduates than among nonwhite voters — a striking indication of the shifting balance of political energy in the Democratic coalition. As recently as the 2016 congressional elections, Democrats won more than 70 percent of nonwhite voters while losing among white college graduates.
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For the first time in a Times/Siena national survey, Democrats won a larger share of white college graduates than nonwhite voters.