Good Overview That Validates My Long Held Theories About Trump Voters

by Chris Black

What tipped the scales for Trump in 2016 was winning the white labor Democrat vote in the rust belt and previously apolitical people more broadly.

This demographic finds religious people and religious issues annoying, likes Medicare/Social Security/wants more government intervention in the economy, and like Trump because they perceive him as standing up for the white race against undesirable demographic change.

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Evangelicals and small business people are going to vote Republican no matter what.

But if the GOP’s message  is going to be tax cuts and abortion, the growing white populist voting bloc will stay home for the midterms, as they should.


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