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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Politicians now understand there's been a step change in the stupidity of the population - for the first time since the Victorian age, there are more stupid than clever people in the country. When that's the case, you can induce them to vote against their own interests.

    Demographic analysis shows that the its the least educated and poorest who now support the Tory party:

    https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/04/25...iding-britain/

    They shouldn't whine when a combination of Brexit and Tory economic policy squeezes them to death (literally in some cases) .
    So yes the 'well educated' - e.g. those who have been a permanent student and now have 2 or 3 degrees and a PHD and have lived/worked inside educational institutions for their life are more likely to vote labour - I think we kind of know that.

    However being well educated does not correlate with having 'intelligence' or being a 'high earner' as such these findings are completely irrelevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    Politicians now understand there's been a step change in the stupidity of the population - for the first time since the Victorian age, there are more stupid than clever people in the country. When that's the case, you can induce them to vote against their own interests.

    Demographic analysis shows that the its the least educated and poorest who now support the Tory party:

    https://yougov.co.uk/news/2017/04/25...iding-britain/

    They shouldn't whine when a combination of Brexit and Tory economic policy squeezes them to death (literally in some cases) .
    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    So yes the 'well educated' - e.g. those who have been a permanent student and now have 2 or 3 degrees and a PHD and have lived/worked inside educational institutions for their life are more likely to vote labour - I think we kind of know that.

    However being well educated does not correlate with having 'intelligence' or being a 'high earner' as such these findings are completely irrelevant.
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