Eric Owens of the Daily Caller notes the ironic fact that most of these students voted for Obama.

Just 14 PERCENT Of This Year’s College Grads Have Real Jobs Waiting

Back in 2012, when many of America’s freshly graduating college students were just 19 years old, they voted in droves for President Barack Obama — by an estimated margin of 60 percent to 37 percent over Republican Mitt Romney.

And now, as the members of the Class of 2015 accept their hard-earned diplomas and stare into the cold, hard abyss that is the real world, things appear very bleak.

How bleak?

Just 14 percent of this year’s college seniors have steady, career-type jobs lined up for their lives after graduation. Thus, 86 percent of America’s college grads — about five out of every six — have zilch in the way of career prospects for their post-campus lives.

The data comes from a newly-released poll conducted by AfterCollege, a popular website that connects job-seeking college students with employers.

This year’s version of the Obama economy is slightly harder on newly-minted female college graduates. Eighteen percent of male college seniors have found jobs compared to just 11 percent of females.

White graduates have secured their first jobs at the highest clip.

Liberal arts majors and the like are having a much harder time than graduates who have majored in science- and technology-related fields. Some 28 percent of new graduates in technology have lined up related, paying gigs.

Only about 25 percent of students say they were able to parlay an internship into a real job.