Zionists4Trump header image

Donald Trump’s Lead Explained in Two Sentences…and How to Make It Even Better

The blue-col­lar wing of the Re­pub­lic­an primary elect­or­ate has con­sol­id­ated around one can­did­ate.
The party’s white-col­lar wing re­mains frag­men­ted.

“It’s a chal­lenge to Re­pub­lic­ans that nobody has con­sol­id­ated the col­lege-gradu­ate vote against Trump,” says Glen Bol­ger, a long­time GOP poll­ster skep­tic­al of the front-run­ner.
Even in a sprawl­ing field of 15 can­did­ates, Trump has opened a wide lead among Re­pub­lic­ans without a col­lege edu­ca­tion al­most every­where. Those voters, polls show, are re­cept­ive to his hard-line mes­sage on im­mig­ra­tion and to his op­pos­i­tion to free trade, and they ex­press the most ali­en­a­tion about Wash­ing­ton and the coun­try’s over­all dir­ec­tion—mak­ing them a wel­com­ing audi­ence for Trump’s broad­er anti-es­tab­lish­ment mes­sage and per­sona.
Even in a sprawl­ing field of 15 can­did­ates, Trump has opened a wide lead among Re­pub­lic­ans without a col­lege edu­ca­tion al­most every­where. Those voters, polls show, are re­cept­ive to his hard-line mes­sage on im­mig­ra­tion and to his op­pos­i­tion to free trade, and they ex­press the most ali­en­a­tion about Wash­ing­ton and the coun­try’s over­all dir­ec­tion—mak­ing them a wel­com­ing audi­ence for Trump’s broad­er anti-es­tab­lish­ment mes­sage and per­sona.

Look­ing at all these num­bers, Bol­ger pre­dicts that if Trump is de­throned from his front-run­ner status, it’s more likely to come from a more cent­rist al­tern­at­ive uni­fy­ing up­scale voters than an­oth­er con­ser­vat­ive peel­ing away his blue-col­lar sup­port. “Trump has shown re­mark­able stay­ing power and the res­on­ance of his pop­u­list mes­sage sug­gests he’s not go­ing away any time soon,” Bol­ger said. “The guy has shown he has a bet­ter polit­ic­al touch than most people ex­pec­ted, prob­ably be­cause most of the pun­dits think with the mind of col­lege gradu­ates, rather than what the less well-edu­cated voters will re­act to.”

It sounds like a winning strategy. Trump is roughly matching the college graduate level of support with the second place candidate, while running away with blue-collar support. More college graduate support can be developed with information and persuasion.

You may wonder who is the political consultant quoted in the article. Glen Bolger is pollster and strategist for GOP candidates and ImmigrationWorks USA, a business pro-immigration group that works with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on common issues.

This college-graduate supporter of Trump loves being insulted by the GOP establishment like Glen Bolger. What do you expect from a person who names his own company Public Opinion Strategies? Who uses @POSglen as his Twitter handle?

Many do support , just not with a blowout level of support. To show this support, a new Facebook group has been started so college graduate supporters can show their strength.
Join the new group at
https://www.facebook.com/groups/CollegeGraduatesForDonaldTrump/ to show our strength. Are you a Trump support who is a college graduate?
Please follow and like us:
4 Comments… add one

Related Posts

4 comments… add one
MJBodary October 20, 2015, 6:43 pm

I have many, many Trump fans befriend me on Facebook, and as I look at their profiles, they are predominately professional and educated people.

tweedleDum October 20, 2015, 10:01 pm

I must come as a surprise to you, but it would seem that Mr. Trump has been consolidating a LOT of the college-educated voters, also.

Trump 2016 — the GOPe sucks azz

Jenny October 21, 2015, 3:16 am

Trump Has Turned The Tides, To Greatness For The American People, There Are No Other Contenders That I Would Vote For In The Elections. Trump Has Opened All Of Our Eyes, By Giving Us A New Spirit And A New Second Life For Us, We Can Not Deny Him The Presidential Bid. He Is Here For Us. Please Stand By Him.

Leave a Comment

 Get the latest updates from Zionists 4 Trump!

We respect your email privacy

Recent posts