For First Time, More Women Marry Down
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The Pew Research Center for People and the Press says: “It used to be more common for a husband to have more education than his wife in America. But now, for the first time since Pew Research has tracked this trend over the past 50 years, the share of couples in which the wife is the one “marrying down” educationally is higher than those in which the husband has more education.”
Let me translate that. For the first time since Pew has been tracking this in 50 years, wives are smarter, more educated, than their husbands. “Among married women in 2012, 21% had spouses who were less educated than they were — a threefold increase from 1960, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of Census data. The share of couples where the husband’s education exceeds his wife’s increased steadily from 1960 to 1990, but has fallen since then to 20% in 2012. The trend toward wives being more educated than their husbands is even more prevalent among newlyweds, partly because younger women have surpassed men in higher education in the past two decades.” And it’s not even close.
This has been one of the objectives of the feminazis. I mean, you almost have to say they’ve achieved their goal here. This is what happens, folks, when you chickify universities and make them uninteresting to men. Look at the enrollment. At most major institutions of higher learning, the male-female ratio is 65% female, 35% male. Now, a lot of guys would look at that and say it is a good reason to go. Guys like Snerdley would say, “What? You mean there are two for every — oh, where do I sign up?” But — (laughing) — the limiting factor is they don’t like what’s going on when they get there in the classroom, the curriculum, the teachers, the professors, and so forth. And the Pew Center actually has a chart here that they have entitled, “More women marrying down.”