Why White, Non-College Educated Voters Could Boost Trump

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    Oct.16 — In crucial battleground states, white, non-college educated voters are registering in much greater numbers than in 2016, something that’s good news for President Donald Trump as the Nov. 3 presidential election nears, says London School of Economics Professor of International Relations Peter Trubowitz. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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