Political, Common Core Literacy and Comprehension Skills

The Years withOUT a U.S. President 2008 –

Political, Common Core Literacy and Comprehension Skills

In many videos such as the one by Benny Johnson at the Blaze, he, as others have queried young college students about who they’re standing in line to vote for and why. He asks a number of questions that would seem obvious to anyone waiting two to seven hours to cast a ballot. The responses would be hilarious if there wasn’t so much at stake from the biggest election loss young Americans have seen in their lifetime. (see youtube, search “How Obama Got Elected… Interviews With Obama Voters”, “Obama Supporters Are Idiots”, “Stupid Blacks Who Still Support Obama”, the list of questions and answers are to large to list here)

Truly interesting is the cavalier attitude that the students apply to answering the questions incorrectly. They don’t know the answers and aren’t a bit perturbed to admit that sad fact. The reasons that they give for voting for Obama are straight out of the DNC’s talking points playbook.

What is evidenced by this video and the others is that Republicans don’t have just a messaging problem. Most Democrat voters don’t even know what the Republican’s and/or the Democrat’s true message is! The lack of information doesn’t end there. Additionally, Obama voters are uninformed as to what their party’s true attributes, Party Platform are, and how government functions. None of the students in this video and the many others, bothered to mention spending, where they stood on it, or their feelings on increasing taxes to pay for said spending.

Research numbers using data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, one on one interviews, online Surveys/Inqueries. Not limited to people with a bachelors degree who were ages 18 and above from 2007-2012, the Surveys/Inquiries included White Collar and Blue Collar, Unemployed (includes prostitutes, drug addicts and a few questionables) and just the average American. Within this group no controll for age, race, Hispanic and immigrant status, detailed geographic location, college major and/or occupation. Common Core Literacy and comprehension skills for young college grads drops to around 10 percent, in comparison to the common person studing, learning on their own.

Funding for Planned Parenthood was mentioned, but not in the context of being something that they were willing to pay higher taxes for. This is a major intentional messaging strategy for the Democrats. If they keep their voters uninformed on most issues and trumpet the hot button false issues; like “Pay Equality” for women, free contraception, free phones, no one will notice as we catapult off the cliff into bankruptcy, Socialism and Illiteracy.

The surprising stats now. we tried to keep it simple by percentages, and numbers of people by state queried. Yes, we know the Democrats/Liberals have no use for facts (but they sure like to “CHANGE” them), figures, stats or Honest information. And no we didn’t like the results – scary.

1. ALASKA – Literacy below average: 42% (91,696); Average Literacy: 55% (121,234); Literacy Above Average: 3% (7,676)

2. ALABAMA – Literacy below average: 38% (785,743); Average Literacy: 61% (1,245,114); Literacy Above Average: 1% (18,626)

3. ARKANSAS – Literacy below average: 37% (390,339); Average Literacy: 61% (640,273); Literacy Above Average: 2% (26,997)

4. ARIZONA – Literacy below average: 43% (712,868); Average Literacy: 55% (92,631); Literacy Above Average: 2% (26,836)

5. CALIFORNIA – Literacy below average: 60% (5,573,450): Average Literacy: 39% (3,635,571); Literacy Above Average: 1% (220,811)

6. COLORADO – Literacy below Average: 51% (1,236,458); Average Literacy: 47% (1,124,378); Literacy Above Average: 2% (55,817)

7. CONNECTICUT – Literacy below average: 58% (874,183); Average Literacy: 41% (615,620); Literacy Above Average: 1% (17,664)

8. DELAWARE – Literacy below average: 59% (242,547); Average Literacy: 40% (165,476); Literacy Above Average: 1% (5,821)

9. FLORIDA – Literacy below average: 50% (4,143,362); Average Literacy: 49% (4,096,346); Literacy Above Average: 1% (71,247)

10. GEORGIA – Literacy belwo average: 45% (1,761,761); Average Literacy: 53% (2,070,221); Literacy Above Average: 2% (46,217)

11. HAWAII – Literacy below average: 71% (303,090); Average Literacy: 28% (119,494); Literacy Above Average: 1% (6,910)

12. IOWA – Literacy below average: 52% (816,429); Average Literacy: 46% (727,928); Literacy Above Average: 2% (21,611)

13. IDAHO – Literacy below average: 33% (212,560); Average Literacy: 65% (420,750); Literacy Above Average: 2% (18,561)

14. ILLINOIS – Literacy below average: 57% (2,916,811); Average Literacy: 41% (2,090,116); Literacy Above Average: 2% (84,134)

15. INDIANA – Literacy below average: 44% (1,136,196); Average Literacy: 54% (1,409,124); Literacy Above Average: 1% (49,704)

16. KANSAS – Literacy below average: 38% (427,918); Average Literacy: 60% (678,719); Literacy Above Average: 2% (24,607)

17. KENTUCKY – Literacy below average: 38% (679,443); Average Literacy: 61% (1,087,098); Literacy Above Average: 1% (30,266)

18. LOUISIANA – Literacy below average: 41% (808,496); Average Literacy: 58% (1,152,460); Literacy Above Average: 1% (32,599)

19. MASSACHUSETTS – Literacy below average: 61% (1,900,575); Average Literacy: 38% (1,177,370); Literacy Above Average: 1% (50,189)

20. MARYLAND – Literacy below average: 62% (1,527,686); Average Literacy: 37% (904,970); Literacy Above Average: 1% (43,300)

21. MAINE – Literacy below average: 56% (375,904); Average Literacy: 41% (274,257); Literacy Above Average: 3% (21,453)

22. MICHIGAN – Literacy below average: 54% (2,490,290); Average Literacy: 45% (2,097,107); Literacy Above Average: 1% (42,719)

23. MINNESOTA – Literacy below average: 53% (1,542,026); Average Literacy: 45% (1,320,035); Literacy Above Average: 2% (59,410)

24. MISSOURI – Literacy below average: 44% (1,215); Average Literacy: 54% (1,478,961); Literacy Above Average: 2% (50,943)

25. MISSISSIPI – Literacy below average: 44% (523,842); Average Literacy: 55% (666,150); Literacy Above Average: 1% (11,362)

26. MONTANA – Literacy below average: 42% (192,890); Average Literacy: 55% (253,362); Literacy Above Average: 3% (13,343)

27. N. Carolina – Literacy below average: 48% (2,178,388); Average Literacy: 51% (2,275,853); Literacy Above Average: 1% (44,798)

28. N. DAKOTA – Literacy below average: 39% (124,490); Average Literacy: 59% (187,586); Literacy Above Average: 2% (7.749)

29. NEBRASKA – Literacy below average: 38% (289,154); Average Literacy: 61% (462,972); Literacy Above Average: 1% (12,957)

30. NEW HAMSHIRE – Literacy below average: 52% (366,089); Average Literacy: 46% (325,668); Literacy Above Average: 2% (9,405)

31. NEW JERSEY – Literacy below average: 58% (1,924,329); Average Literacy: 4% (1,361,154); Literacy Above Average: 38% (34,201)

32. NEW MEXICO – Literacy below average: 53% (407,867); Average Literacy: 43% (331,645); Literacy Above Average: 4% (32,048)

33. NEVADA – Literacy below average: 52% (528,801); Average Literacy: 46% (462,422); Literacy Above Average: 2% (19,982)

34. NEW YORK – Literacy below average: 63% (3,862,281); Average Literacy: 36% (2,211,951); Literacy Above Average: 1% (85,961)

35. OHIO – Literacy below average: 50% (5,573,450); Average Literacy: 39% (3,635,571); Literacy Above Average: 11% (87,592)

36. OKLAHOMA – Literacy below average: 33% (442,647); Average Literacy: 67% (889,372); Literacy Above Average: 0%

37. OREGON – Literacy below average: 54% (865,082): Average Literacy: 43% (696,006); Literacy Above Average: 3% (44,344)

38. PENNSYLVANIA – Literacy below average: 52% (2,907,448); Average Literacy: 47% (2,619,583); Literacy Above Average: 1% (69,468)

39. RHODE ISLAND -Literacy below average: 63% (263,472); Average Literacy: 35% (147,091); Literacy Above Average: 2% (7,389)

40. S. CAROLINA – Literacy below average: 44% (845,756); Average Literacy: 55% (1,049,507); Literacy Above Average: 1% (26,100)

41. S. DAKOTA – Literacy below average: 40% (144,984); Average Literacy: 58% (210,541); Literacy Above Average: 2% (8,166)

42. TENNESSEE – Literacy below average: 39% (953,043); Average Literacy: 59% (1,453,093); Literacy Above Average: 2% (36,664)

43. TEXAS – Literacy below average: 41% (3,294,440); Average Literacy: 57% (4,555,799); Literacy Above Average: 2% (112,560)

44. UTAH – Literacy below average: 25% (229,463); Average Literacy: 73% (671,747); Literacy Above Average: 2% (22,091)

45. VIRGINIA – Literacy below average: 51% (1,885,188); Average Literacy: 48% (1,772,304); Literacy Above Average: 1% (52,424)

46. VERMONT – Literacy below average: 67% (199,815); Average Literacy: 31% (92,985); Literacy Above Average: 2% (5,339)

47. WASHINGTON – Literacy below average: 55% (1,134,447); Average Literacy: 43% (696,006); Literacy Above Average: 2% (42,684)

48. WISCONSIN – Literacy below average: 53% (1,613,950), Average Literacy: 46% (1,408,745); Literacy Above Average: 1% (34,107)

49. WEST VIRGINIA – Literacy below average:36% (234,925); Average Literacy: 62% (412,406); Literacy Above Average: 2% (14,312)

50. WYOMING – Literacy below average: 28% (68,780); Average Literacy: 69% (170,265); Literacy Above Average: 3% (6,740)

 Sorry, we couldn’t find the other 7 states quoted by obama. Acurracy plus or minus 2%

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