working class multi-racial conservative populism?

KD6-3.7

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i saw this graphic on twitter. not sure how accurate it is:1604518911209.jpeg

also saw this
meanwhile, richard spenser voted for biden.
 

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sounds about right.

It's time the Democrats unload the anchor they tied around their necks kowtowing to every conceivable minority. Both parties need major reformation.
 

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i saw this graphic on twitter. not sure how accurate it is:View attachment 10278

also saw this
meanwhile, richard spenser voted for biden.
Makes sense. Twelve of the new Republican candidates elected to the House are women, and every Republican candidate that flipped a Dem House seat is either a minority, a woman, and/or a veteran. Same applies to state-level wins for the GOP. Even AOC is tweeting our her concerns on these results.
 

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If you want to pretend to be an actually populist party, not just a nationalist party, you need to get behind the minimum wage:

 

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i saw this graphic on twitter. not sure how accurate it is:View attachment 10278

also saw this
meanwhile, richard spenser voted for biden.
That's similar to what I've seen on the CNN national exit poll but that's hardly a claim for "multi-racial conservative populism." Percentage wise, Biden did do significantly better with white men (-18 vs. -31 for Clinton according to the CNN exit poll) and, percentage wise, may have done a bit worse with other groups. However, in some cases the differences were very small and Biden still overwhelming carried minority groups (including asian americans I believe who aren't represented here but are significant minorities in quite a few states).

If a candidate is going to improve performance with a particular racial/ethnic demographic, white men is a good one for improvement because it's one of the two largest so each percentage increase there leads to more votes than increases among most other demographics.

Also, votes from a demographic are a function of two factors:

Percentage preference of demographic x Turnout of the demographic.

Biden could have gotten more votes from a demographic overall if the right hand factor increased even if the left hand factor decreased.
 

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If you want to pretend to be an actually populist party, not just a nationalist party, you need to get behind the minimum wage:

No its money before people everyone knows that.
No min wage
No preexisting condition protection
 

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sounds about right.

It's time the Democrats unload the anchor they tied around their necks kowtowing to every conceivable minority. Both parties need major reformation.
Trump = (mostly white) people who feel their way of life is dying and have been ignored by government, and finally someone was paying attention to them.

It's that simple.
 

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Trump = (mostly white) people who feel their way of life is dying and have been ignored by government, and finally someone was paying attention to them.

It's that simple.
 

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That's just a propaganda lie. No doubt maybe 5-10% of people feel that way. They wish they had the balls to vote Libertarian, but they know that's a wasted vote.
 

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Trump expanded the Republican Party. The Democrats are simply united behind hate of Trump. Fine for them, but that's a coalition that won't stick together.
 

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Trump expanded the Republican Party. The Democrats are simply united behind hate of Trump. Fine for them, but that's a coalition that won't stick together.
Yep lots of people attracted to celebrity, Trump foreshadows the downfall of this country. I am not optimistic....
 

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Republicans did what they’ve historically done: made new sections of people white. It works.
 

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The one poll that demonstrates why the Republican party will never be a "working-class populist" party

 

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The one poll that demonstrates why the Republican party will never be a "working-class populist" party

Thats what is so hilarious, they con so many morons into voting directly against their interests.
 
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