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Nov 08, 2016 07:23 AM EST

Donald Trump Loses Votes From College Educated Women

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Business man and real estate entrepreneur Donald Trump, who is also gunning for the presidential seat, is losing votes from college educated women.

The loss of these votes mostly stem from Trump's own derogatory remarks against women, their physical attributes and their capabilities. In 1977, he says that all women are gold diggers.

In 2012, he joked about the Huffington Post editor and co-founder Arianna Huffington's looks and criticized her for her divorce issues. He discussed this instead of focusing on her liberal views.

Recently, Donald Trump's race to the finish is getting narrow, cites Billboard. His campaign is trying to make up for lost votes coming from college-educated women by going for new voters in far off places. He toured the rural areas of New Hampshire and ended at Wilmington, Ohio. According to reports, Wilmington only has a 13% rate of college degree graduates out of its 12,500 local residents.

Regardless of that, he still stands firm on his decision not to use celebrities for his campaign. While Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton uses the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce, Bon Jovi, Katy Perry and Anne Hathaway, Trump remains confident in his decision.

He has not been lining up celebrities and actors, and did not even utilize big political names from his own party. During a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, he says to the crowd that he is on stage by himself without any instruments and anyone else.

Trump even discusses America's failed educational system. He stresses that he wants to give every parents, including African-American and Hispanic parents, the chance to send their kids to the school of their choice. He adds that Clinton and Democrats have just been unable to do so. However, Clinton's campaign has a stronger support from the Africa-American community and the Latino community, too.

It is a race to the finish this coming November 8, 2016.

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