Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) has proposed a $1 billion cut to his state's K-12 education funding.
This is entirely consistent with what he promised voters he'd do during his election campaign. And who exactly are the voters who propelled Walker into the governor's mansion in the November election?
They're the ones with the least education.
As the above New York Times chart1 shows, people with post-graduate degrees went for Walker's Democratic opponent. However, Walker won the votes from every other education category — particularly people who do not have a college degree.
1To view Wisconsin's data on this chart, click the link and use the drop-down menu on the left side of the page to selection "Wisconsin."