Waleed Aly was technically correct, but perhaps discourteous, in the way he expressed the socio-economic difference seen within voting patterns of the Voice to Parliament referendum.
Aly observed that there was a clear distinction in education levels between those who voted ‘Yes’ and those who voted ‘No’ at the referendum. As he described it, the more educated you were, the more likely you were to vote ‘Yes’.
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