Donald Trump needs a unified Republican party in the homestretch if he is to have a chance of catching Hillary Clinton — along with winning higher percentages of the college-educated and women than currently support him. But in the primaries, Trump gratuitously insulted his more moderate rivals and their supporters. He bragged about his lone-wolf candidacy and claimed that his polls were — and would be — always tremendous. Is it all that surprising that some in his party and some independents, who felt offended, swear that they will not stoop to vote for him when in extremis he now …
Conservatives should vote for the Republican nominee
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In Iowa and New Hampshire, educational attainment best predicts presidential preference.