Message from sigruna14 in Nice Respectable People Group #general
Those maps are 2012. Trump won whites in Iowa and Minnesota
@TMatthews I’ve been saying that since I was an elitist teenager. Problem is most Libs will pass that and many Deplorables won’t.
What's going on with young whites?
@Deleted User Most libs couldn't name ten presidents or half the bill of rights
Is Iowa really that blue?
How do they get "college-educated _anything_" into a map like that? I mean...it's not at all something required to put on voter registration.
Seems to me they got their numbers from exit polls. Which have proven to be a complete disaster.
Romney alienated the working class big time
@Gregory - NC polling probably, plus college major is now on the census
how was Iowa red in 2016, when even whites made Iowa blue in 2012?
Why are whites 18-29 voting dem by 13 points? Dafuq?
ah okay I get it
@ThisIsChris I mean...but census doesn't, ya know, count how people vote lol
Whites of all ages voted for Trump (although 40-65 was his best demo). Romney was terrible at appealing to young voters and Obama was good at it
Romney came off as so creepy
I feel so white pilled right now
Do corporations vote?
Cybrerstrike and DTR has me smiling
it motivates me though
@Hakujin - CA In 2016, Trump won them narrowly. Dems gained across the board in 2018. Keep in mind that while some are populists, few if any like neocons
@Freiheit - CAdo media corporations count? I think we're underestimating their influence here.
I'm honestly a lot more blackpilled than my level of activity in this organization would suggest. I just try to direct that energy somewhere productive.
What I mean is, can I form a legal person that can vote?
Most of the republicans who lost were the ones who criticized Trump all the time
Do you ever just???
I think Trump needs 60% of the white vote to win in 2020. GOP needs about 57% of it to take back the House.
I almost find it hard to believe that whites are so strongly Republican, since white people I know in real life tend to be really liberal on immigration or at least apathetic.
Most people where I live now are Republican, but I still know more people on the other side of the state
Trump missed his opportunity for real immigration reform to pursue Ryan's tax cuts. Horrible mistake. With the House gone, he has to at least go after birthright citizenship, ramp up deportations, and make redistricting based on citizens, not total population. Otherwise, the left gets a permanent majority
We definitely have our work cut out for us.
I guess part of it could be that most people I know outside IE are either immigrants or children of immigrants