Critical Race Theory Is The Downfall Of Dems

Written By BlabberBuzz | Friday, 05 November 2021 12:00

A Fox News Voter Analysis survey found that Virginia voters determined the dispute over critical race theory (CRT) being taught in schools played a vital part in motivating them to head to the polls.

The poll, which surveyed over 2,500 Virginia voters, concluded that 25% of them saw CRT as the most concerning factor when choosing who to support.

Of the voters who labeled CRT the most important matter, 70% backed Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin and 29% backed the former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

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Overall, 72% of Virginia voters announced CRT was an "important" factor in their vote, while 28% stated it was unimportant.

CRT, which promotes the notion that the U.S. is fundamentally racist, has been adopted by corporations and schools across the nation. This includes Virginia, where parents have flocked to local school board meetings to express their opposition to the teachings.

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The debate over the controversial curriculum was a main topic on the campaign trail in recent weeks highlighted by stark differences between Youngkin and McAuliffe regarding the severity.

Youngkin pledged to ban CRT on his first day as governor. McAuliffe dismissed concerns over the teaching as "racist" and insisted multiple times that the curriculum is not taught in Virginia schools. There were many examples of the theory being promoted on the Virginia Department of Education's website while he was Governor.

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McAuliffe was widely denounced for saying throughout a debate that he doesn't think parents should be telling schools what their children should be taught.

Fourteen percent of Virginia voters said that education was the most important issue they considered when choosing a candidate. Seventy percent of those voters supported Youngkin, and 30% supported McAuliffe.

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