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The Hillsdale Divide

In a survey of Hillsdale College students, 43 percent said they would vote for Donald Trump. That is probably higher than pretty much any other college or university in the country. Maybe Grove City or Liberty University students are more onboard the Trump Train. Not even Trump University students are that pro-Trump. There’s just one problem: This is an unbelievably low number for Hillsdale. In 2012, nearly 90 percent of students planned on voting for Romney

Make of that what you will. 

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