This Listing Of Properly-Educated Districts Explains Why The Georgia Election Is Close

Clinton Surged in Well-Educated Districts On average, Donald J. Trump performed 13 points worse than Mitt Romney in the best-educated districts.
Most obviously, an Ossoff victory would be a sign that the district’s politics were beginning to look more like those of well-educated suburbs elsewhere in the country.
It does nonetheless cobble together plenty of well-educated areas, whether young neighborhoods on Chicago’s north side or office-park-dotted western suburbs.
It instead mops up the area’s most wealthy and least Democratic suburbs, then extends across rural, conservative parts of Northern Virginia — all the way to the border with West Virginia.
His losses — the voters who switched from Mr. Romney to Hillary Clinton — were largest in well-educated but traditionally Republican areas like Georgia’s Sixth.

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