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This was not white backlash

dylancatlow
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11/9/2016 8:48:39 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
Look at the exit polls. As a whole, whites did not vote Republican in greater numbers than they did in 2014, and 2012. Whites without a college degree veered to the right, sure, but whites with a college degree veered to the left, almost perfectly cancelling them out. All demographics voted more Republican this year, and whites actually had the least movement toward the right. Instead, what we saw was "redneck backlash," which is somewhat different than white backlash. And yet, the effect of this "redneck backlash" was NOT enough to overwhelm the backlash against Trump among educated whites, so why single it out as more important that the educated white backlash? Trump's success cannot be attributed to his appeal among whites. Actually, his success is mostly explained by the fact that Trump's appeal was greater among men than Hillary's appeal was among women. With that alone, Trump had a four point advantage over Romney. http://www.nytimes.com...
inferno
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11/9/2016 9:12:17 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 11/9/2016 8:48:39 PM, dylancatlow wrote:
Look at the exit polls. As a whole, whites did not vote Republican in greater numbers than they did in 2014, and 2012. Whites without a college degree veered to the right, sure, but whites with a college degree veered to the left, almost perfectly cancelling them out. All demographics voted more Republican this year, and whites actually had the least movement toward the right. Instead, what we saw was "redneck backlash," which is somewhat different than white backlash. And yet, the effect of this "redneck backlash" was NOT enough to overwhelm the backlash against Trump among educated whites, so why single it out as more important that the educated white backlash? Trump's success cannot be attributed to his appeal among whites. Actually, his success is mostly explained by the fact that Trump's appeal was greater among men than Hillary's appeal was among women. With that alone, Trump had a four point advantage over Romney. http://www.nytimes.com...

If its a backlash, rural White America will again be disappointed because they are dealing with a socially orchestrated genoicide that is being perpetuated by their own kind.
Read about it when you can. Or if you dare.
kevin24018
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11/9/2016 9:35:49 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 11/9/2016 8:48:39 PM, dylancatlow wrote:
Look at the exit polls. As a whole, whites did not vote Republican in greater numbers than they did in 2014, and 2012. Whites without a college degree veered to the right, sure, but whites with a college degree veered to the left, almost perfectly cancelling them out. All demographics voted more Republican this year, and whites actually had the least movement toward the right. Instead, what we saw was "redneck backlash," which is somewhat different than white backlash. And yet, the effect of this "redneck backlash" was NOT enough to overwhelm the backlash against Trump among educated whites, so why single it out as more important that the educated white backlash? Trump's success cannot be attributed to his appeal among whites. Actually, his success is mostly explained by the fact that Trump's appeal was greater among men than Hillary's appeal was among women. With that alone, Trump had a four point advantage over Romney. http://www.nytimes.com...

wow interesting poll, though I'm generally not big on polls per say......poorer people voted more for Hillary, those making 50k and up Donald has the edge, residence is interested too, Jewish 71% Clinton, wow
inferno
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11/9/2016 9:40:16 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 11/9/2016 9:35:49 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 11/9/2016 8:48:39 PM, dylancatlow wrote:
Look at the exit polls. As a whole, whites did not vote Republican in greater numbers than they did in 2014, and 2012. Whites without a college degree veered to the right, sure, but whites with a college degree veered to the left, almost perfectly cancelling them out. All demographics voted more Republican this year, and whites actually had the least movement toward the right. Instead, what we saw was "redneck backlash," which is somewhat different than white backlash. And yet, the effect of this "redneck backlash" was NOT enough to overwhelm the backlash against Trump among educated whites, so why single it out as more important that the educated white backlash? Trump's success cannot be attributed to his appeal among whites. Actually, his success is mostly explained by the fact that Trump's appeal was greater among men than Hillary's appeal was among women. With that alone, Trump had a four point advantage over Romney. http://www.nytimes.com...

wow interesting poll, though I'm generally not big on polls per say......poorer people voted more for Hillary, those making 50k and up Donald has the edge, residence is interested too, Jewish 71% Clinton, wow

Trump got 12% of the Black vote. Not bad for a Republican. He did better than Smitt
Romney.
kevin24018
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11/9/2016 9:53:11 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 11/9/2016 9:40:16 PM, inferno wrote:
At 11/9/2016 9:35:49 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 11/9/2016 8:48:39 PM, dylancatlow wrote:
Look at the exit polls. As a whole, whites did not vote Republican in greater numbers than they did in 2014, and 2012. Whites without a college degree veered to the right, sure, but whites with a college degree veered to the left, almost perfectly cancelling them out. All demographics voted more Republican this year, and whites actually had the least movement toward the right. Instead, what we saw was "redneck backlash," which is somewhat different than white backlash. And yet, the effect of this "redneck backlash" was NOT enough to overwhelm the backlash against Trump among educated whites, so why single it out as more important that the educated white backlash? Trump's success cannot be attributed to his appeal among whites. Actually, his success is mostly explained by the fact that Trump's appeal was greater among men than Hillary's appeal was among women. With that alone, Trump had a four point advantage over Romney. http://www.nytimes.com...

wow interesting poll, though I'm generally not big on polls per say......poorer people voted more for Hillary, those making 50k and up Donald has the edge, residence is interested too, Jewish 71% Clinton, wow

Trump got 12% of the Black vote. Not bad for a Republican. He did better than Smitt
Romney.

I hope he/they are able to do something about jobs and help those stuck in endless poverty. The plight of those living in some of the inner cities has been ignored for way too long, I hope he is a man of his word.
inferno
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11/9/2016 10:04:35 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 11/9/2016 9:53:11 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 11/9/2016 9:40:16 PM, inferno wrote:
At 11/9/2016 9:35:49 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 11/9/2016 8:48:39 PM, dylancatlow wrote:
Look at the exit polls. As a whole, whites did not vote Republican in greater numbers than they did in 2014, and 2012. Whites without a college degree veered to the right, sure, but whites with a college degree veered to the left, almost perfectly cancelling them out. All demographics voted more Republican this year, and whites actually had the least movement toward the right. Instead, what we saw was "redneck backlash," which is somewhat different than white backlash. And yet, the effect of this "redneck backlash" was NOT enough to overwhelm the backlash against Trump among educated whites, so why single it out as more important that the educated white backlash? Trump's success cannot be attributed to his appeal among whites. Actually, his success is mostly explained by the fact that Trump's appeal was greater among men than Hillary's appeal was among women. With that alone, Trump had a four point advantage over Romney. http://www.nytimes.com...

wow interesting poll, though I'm generally not big on polls per say......poorer people voted more for Hillary, those making 50k and up Donald has the edge, residence is interested too, Jewish 71% Clinton, wow

Trump got 12% of the Black vote. Not bad for a Republican. He did better than Smitt
Romney.

I hope he/they are able to do something about jobs and help those stuck in endless poverty. The plight of those living in some of the inner cities has been ignored for way too long, I hope he is a man of his word.

You mean those rural trailer park bigots who were so happy when Trump won after they complained about being ignored for 8 years.
kevin24018
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11/10/2016 1:09:58 PM
Posted: 4 weeks ago
At 11/9/2016 10:04:35 PM, inferno wrote:
At 11/9/2016 9:53:11 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 11/9/2016 9:40:16 PM, inferno wrote:
At 11/9/2016 9:35:49 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 11/9/2016 8:48:39 PM, dylancatlow wrote:
Look at the exit polls. As a whole, whites did not vote Republican in greater numbers than they did in 2014, and 2012. Whites without a college degree veered to the right, sure, but whites with a college degree veered to the left, almost perfectly cancelling them out. All demographics voted more Republican this year, and whites actually had the least movement toward the right. Instead, what we saw was "redneck backlash," which is somewhat different than white backlash. And yet, the effect of this "redneck backlash" was NOT enough to overwhelm the backlash against Trump among educated whites, so why single it out as more important that the educated white backlash? Trump's success cannot be attributed to his appeal among whites. Actually, his success is mostly explained by the fact that Trump's appeal was greater among men than Hillary's appeal was among women. With that alone, Trump had a four point advantage over Romney. http://www.nytimes.com...

wow interesting poll, though I'm generally not big on polls per say......poorer people voted more for Hillary, those making 50k and up Donald has the edge, residence is interested too, Jewish 71% Clinton, wow

Trump got 12% of the Black vote. Not bad for a Republican. He did better than Smitt
Romney.

I hope he/they are able to do something about jobs and help those stuck in endless poverty. The plight of those living in some of the inner cities has been ignored for way too long, I hope he is a man of his word.

You mean those rural trailer park bigots who were so happy when Trump won after they complained about being ignored for 8 years.

I mean whom ever needs help should have the means and tools to change their situation if they wish, you will really have to do a MUCH better job if you wish to bait me into an argument, that attempt was down right insulting, unless that's the best you have, then it's just pathetic.