Everyone knew that conservative men would vote for Trump, but he definitely lost his footing amongst women. Later on, the numbers show that the loss in women amongst white women but definitely black women in the United States were against Trump being re-elected.
And there is no shock here. Even though there was a lot of news that Trump had made inroads with People of Color, when you spend 4 years scaring them and acting like they are not part of mainstream America, what do you expect?
So can we talk about the age disparity here between those who voted for Trump and those who voted for Biden? We know as America "ages" out, newer generations are far more liberal and open to everything.
Starting to think that the LGBTQA population did not think that Donald Trump was the right choice for them!
I wonder if the people who voted for Biden and had children under the age of 18 living in their home were thinking about whether or not the President is or is not a role model for their children?
The middle class went for Joe. Overwhelmingly those who make $99,999 a year or less went for Joe Biden and those who make $100,000 a year or more showed up for Donald Trump.
Is there any debate as to whom the middle class President really is vs. the one who caters to the wealthy?
Part of this narrative makes it sound like people who voted for Biden do not care to work full time for pay and thus are looking for handouts. But it is quite clear that the Labor Unions, a product of the middle class still chooses Biden.
Trump marketed himself as a "law and order" President and caring about "Military Families," so it is now shock that they backed Trump. It would be interesting to see if they were still all feeling that way after his comments about the "war dead" being losers and suckers.
One thing is definitely certain though. New voters came out to make their voice heard and to say "No More Trump."
62% of voters here voted for Biden. So the liberal and moderate wings of democracy went blue. I think that would show that the "Radical Left" is not as powerful or as strong as the moderate middle. I always said that I think that the "Bernie" movement, though it got a lot of face time, still did not overshadow the moderate viewpoint.
But those conservatives...those right, right, right "tea party" MAGA supporters are FAR-RIGHT though and through. It is no wonder that this fanatic section of the voterate strongly supports conspiracy theories like Qanon, pizza gate and Jewish Space lasers.
So the South and Midwest went Trump and the West/East went Biden. This makes sense when you look at the dynamic of the country. 80% of the economy voted for Biden and 20% voted for Trump...The midwest and the south are made up of small cities and rural areas whereas the cities of 50K or more people falls onto the east and west coasts. This gives some life to the election map, which can be misleading because there is so much red, when in reality a lot of that red is so tiny in comparison to cities like DC, NYC, LA, and Atlanta.