Marquette Law Poll Comments on Being Wrong on the Election

Marquette Law School tweeted on Wednesday morning about being wrong with the final Marquette poll for the presidential election. 

WASHINGTON (AP) — Exit polls say Donald Trump was popular among white voters who never graduated from college.

He got 70 percent of the vote among non-college-educated white men and 60 percent among non-college-educated white women. Meanwhile, less than a quarter of white men without a college degree supported Hillary Clinton.

In exit-polling, nearly 70 percent of voters overall said they're unhappy with the way the government is working, and a quarter of them said they're outright angry.

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