From Moyers & Co.:
In a close race, every constituency is key — including the long-neglected. A new New York Times analysis of likely voters shows the percentage of white voters without a college degree who say they’re planning to vote for the Republican candidate is exactly the same as it was four years ago.
With all the reporting on how Trump is winning white working-class voters, this suggests he’s not doing any better than Mitt Romney did. The problem for Clinton, though, is that she isn’t doing as well with that group: 35 percent said they were supporting Obama in 2012. Only 29 percent are supporting Clinton. More say they’re undecided.