Like I said, margins and differentials really interest me, in fact, it’s partially how I make a living. If you want to ferret out the lesson of a thing or a moral of the story, you’ll often find it hiding in margins and differentials.
Trump’s RCP composite polling average today is 43%. Yet, only 4% of likely voters in the Harvard Class of 2016 are going to vote for him.
This differential between Trump’s support from the general public and his minuscule support from the current graduating class of a school that is more than any other the choke point to the real clipper ships of power should be scandal in and of itself, and a lot of people should be trying to figure out what lessons can be gleaned from the differential. Someone should be screaming about this matter. Corey? Manafort? Are you listening?