Jan 28, 2017

AMAZING CORRELATION OF EDUCATION & TURNIP VOTERS

EXPANDING ON THE "CAN'T FIX STUPID" THEME 
Here's how a fraud & liar gets the Electoral Votes to be President. 

LIST OF STATES BY % VOTE FOR THE TURNIP 

West Virginia  68.63%   W.VA.-dead last in education quality & level #1 TURNIP margin
Wyoming        67.40%      Underlined states are bottom 20 in Ed Metrics
Oklahoma        65.32%
North Dakota  62.96%
Kentucky        62.52%
Alabama          62.08%
South Dakota  61.53%
Tennessee        60.72%
Arkansas         60.57%
Idaho               59.26%
Louisiana         58.09%
Indiana             56.82%
Mississippi       57.94%
Missouri          56.77%
Kansas             56.65%
Nebraska, 1st  56.18%
Montana          56.17%
So Carolina     54.94%
Texas               52.23%
Ohio                51.69%
Alaska             51.28%
Maine, 2nd      51.26%
Iowa                51.15%
Georgia           50.77%
No Carolina     49.83%           
Florida             49.02%
Arizona           48.67%
Pennsylvania   48.58%
Michigan         47.50%           Libertarian & Green Candidates - more votes than margin. 
Wisconsin        47.22%           States where 3rd party votes made the difference in GREEN 
New Hamp      46.61%
Utah                45.54%
Nevada            45.50%
Minnesota       44.92%
Virginia           44.43%
Colorado         43.25%          BOLD states are TOP 10 in Education Metrics 
Delaware         41.79%
New Jersey      41.00%
New Mexico   40.04%
Connecticut     40.93%
Maine, 1st       39.15%
Oregon            39.09%
Rhode Island  38.90%
Illinois             38.76%
Washington     38.07%
New York       36.15%
Maryland         33.91%
Massachusetts 32.81%
California        31.62%
Vermont          29.76%           
Hawaii             29.44%

EDUCATION METRICS LIST - LEVEL & QUALITY OF EDUCATION

THE BOTTOM 20 
31 Missouri 41.79 (score of metrics) 
32 So Dakota 41.22 
33 Idaho 40.91 

34 Ohio 40.83
35 Georgia 40.73
36 N Carolina 40.00
37 Florida 39.75
38 Indiana 34.62 

39 N MEXICO 34.56 
40 S Carolina 33.56
41 Oklahoma 31.86
42 Texas 30.82
43 Tennessee 28.38
44 Alabama 26.01 

45 NEVADA 24.93 
46 Kentucky 22.98
47 Arkansas 19.06
48 Louisiana 16.72
49 Mississippi 14.46
50 W Virginia 11.99 

BUT THE TOP 10 IS ALL BLUE 
1 Massachusetts 80.65
2 Maryland 77.06
3 Colorado 74.24
4 Connecticut 74.17
5 Vermont 73.89
6 N Hampshire 71.25
7 Virginia 68.42
8 Minnesota 65.83
9 Washington 63.80
10 New Jersey 63.21


THE BOTTOM HALF - 23 RED TURNIP'S - 2 BLUE HRC

26. Wisconsin TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 28.4%
> 2014 median household income: $52,622 (25th highest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $47,027 (25th highest)

27. Alaska TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 28.0%
> Pct. of adults with at least a high school diploma: 92.9%
> 2014 median household income: $71,583 (3rd highest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $56,042 (3rd highest)

28. South Dakota  TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.8%
> 2014 median household income: $50,979 (22nd lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $40,316 (22nd lowest)

29. Texas TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.8%
> 2014 median household income: $53,035 (23rd highest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $51,491 (23rd highest)

30. Iowa  TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.7%
> 2014 median household income: $53,712 (21st highest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $46,851 (21st highest)

31. Arizona TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.6%
> 2014 median household income: $50,068 (21st lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $46,407 (21st lowest)
earned $50,068, about $3,600 less than median US

32. Missouri TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.5%
> 2014 median household income: $48,363 (15th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $44,221 (15th lowest)
low ed expenditure

33. Michigan  TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.4%
> 2014 median household income: $49,847 (20th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $48,731 (20th lowest)
earned just $49,847, significantly lower than US median of $53,657

34. North Dakota TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.4%
> 2014 median household income: $59,029 (15th highest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $42,262 (15th highest)

35. Florida  TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 27.3%
> 2014 median household income: $47,463 (12th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $43,378 (12th lowest)
spent just over $8,400 41st in US

36. Ohio TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 26.6%
> Pct. of adults with at least a high school diploma: 89.4%
> 2014 median household income: $49,308 (16th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $48,648 (16th lowest)
Ohio, one of the least educated states,

37. Wyoming  TURNIP & CHENEY
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 26.6%
> Pct. of adults with at least a high school diploma: 92.6%
> 2014 median household income: $57,055 (18th highest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $43,572 (18th highest)

38. New Mexico  HRC Hispanic
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 26.4%
> Pct. of adults with at least a high school diploma: 84.2%
> 2014 median household income: $44,803 (8th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $42,412 (8th lowest)
at 21.3%, New Mexico had the second highest poverty rate in the nation.

39. South Carolina TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 26.3%
> 2014 median household income: $45,238 (9th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $45,253 (9th lowest)
poverty rate of 18.0%, which was the 11th highest

40. Tennessee  TURNIP & ALEXANDER
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.3%
> 2014 median household income: $44,361 (6th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $43,654 (6th lowest)
unemployment rate of 6.7%, spent just $8,207 sixth lowest

41. Idaho  TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 25.0%
> 2014 median household income: $47,861 (14th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $41,423 (14th lowest)
Idaho spent $6,800 per student  less than every other state except for Utah.

42. Indiana  TURNIP & PENCE
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 24.7%
> 2014 median household income: $49,446 (18th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $44,424 (18th lowest)

43. Oklahoma  TURNIP & 'GREATEST HOAX" INHOFE
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 24.2%
> 2014 median household income: $47,529 (13th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $43,293 (13th lowest)
Oklahoma spent $7,672 per pupil nearly the lowest

44. Alabama  TURNIP & SESSIONS
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 23.5%
> 2014 median household income: $42,830 (4th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $45,874 (4th lowest)
unemployment rate of 6.8%, the 10th highest

45. Nevada  HRC
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 23.1%
> 2014 median household income: $51,450 (24th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $45,505 (24th lowest)

46. Louisiana  TURNIP & JINDAL
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 22.9%
> 2014 median household income: $44,555 (7th lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $46,903 (7th lowest)
1 in 5 below the poverty line, the 3rd worst

47. Kentucky  TURNIP & MCCONNEL
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 22.2%
> 2014 median income: $42,958 (5th lowest) 19.1% poverty rate.
> Median earnings bachelor degree: $43,798 (5th lowest)

48. Arkansas  TURNIP & HUCKABEE
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 21.4%
> 2014 median household income: $41,262 (3rd lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $43,020 (3rd lowest)

49. Mississippi  TURNIP
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 21.1%
> 2014 median household income: $39,680 (the lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $41,004 (the lowest)
unemployment rate of 7.8%, which tied NV as the highest in the country.

50. West Virginia  TURNIPS biggest margin .
> Pct. of adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 19.2%
> 2014 median household income: $41,059 (2nd lowest)
> Median earnings for bachelor degree holders: $40,963 (2nd lowest)
one in five with a college degree, the lowest proportion in the nation.



Dist of C           4.07%
Nebraska, 2nd 47.16%
Nebraska, 3rd  73.92%
Nebraska (al)   58.75%


                                    
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