A new WSJ-NBC News poll has found that 62 percent of college-educated women favor a Democrat-led Congress over a Republican-led one. In related news, people who attend seminaries are more likely to seek a church ministry-related profession after they graduate!
Republican strategists are worried about the numbers, because that’s what Republican strategists are paid to do. The real question is, what should be done about it? Some analysts say Republicans need to attract more female candidates for office. Others say just let the college grads start paying taxes and they’ll convert to Republicanism.
Our money is on college reform as the best bet, since most universities have now become ideological cesspools of communism, social “justice,” anti-free-speech safe spaces and leftwing groupthink. Colleges are not so much educating students anymore, but rather indoctrinating them with day-in, day-out Democrat Party talking points. It’s a miracle that anyone comes out of college voting Republican, the way the deck is now stacked in America’s universities against any conservative thought.
Everyone knows this is happening, from the teacher’s unions to the parents of the students. If the GOP really wants to make inroads into the number of Democrats that colleges are churning out, they need to end the stranglehold that colleges have on hiring practices. Professors who shame and belittle conservative students need to be fired and have their pensions yanked. That’s just our take on it.
Watch the video analysis below and then let us know your ideas on how the GOP can win over more female college grads.