President Barack Obama is supported by only one-in-four whites who didn’t go to college, down from the one-in-two who supported him in 2009, according to Gallup.
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His support among non-college whites is now at 27 percent, even though he is supported by 41 percent of whites with college credentials, says a Nov. 25 report by Gallup.

In November 2014, Democratic candidates won only 34 percent of votes from this non-college group. That’s down two points from 2012, when Obama won 36 percent of the group. In both elections, the group comprised a huge 36 percent of the electorate.