- Nov 14, 2005
The first thing I'd buy. HRC was successfully painted--to a degree fairly but also exaggerated--on the trade issues that hard hats blame for their ills (often unfair, but it's a powerful scapegoat).Fox Facts: @HillaryClinton got lower support among union households than any Democrat since 1980. https://t.co/WLhzgISPEy
@RalstonReports thinks the result in Nevada suggests the exit polls showing HRCs vote among Hispanics in the 60s rather than the 80s (Latino decisions poll pushed by Dems) more likely true as HRC only won there by around 2%.
Due to the multiethnic and leafy nature of the Democrats' leaders, it's also been increasingly depressing the white vote. No Democrat has won the majority of the white vote since Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act back in the 60s. With the economic decline of the coal regions and Rust Belt, it's been gradually losing white union voters that otherwise would have often voted GOP on race and culture grounds.
The talk about a very sizable Hispanic Trump vote? Just gratuitous turd polish and spin by Trump/GOP to revise what happened and why.