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Experts say while some may be surprised to see support for Donald Trump among non-white voters growing at the 2020 election, it's actually fairly understandable.Experts say while some may be surprised to see support for Donald Trump among non-white voters growing at the 2020 election, it's actually fairly...

Why Donald Trump appears to have won over more non-white voters this election | SBS News

His success among ethnic minorities means there are some slurs about him that should really be put to rest His success among ethnic minorities means there are some slurs about him that should really be put to rest

Even if he doesn't win, this election proves that Trump is no white nationalist 

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Trump bucked four long years of Democrats and media members labeling both him and his supporters white supremacists, bigots and homophobes.Trump bucked four long years of Democrats and media members labeling both him and his supporters white supremacists, bigots and homophobes.

Ben Shapiro: The Woke Lose — The Patriot Post

LONDON/NEW YORK — Wall Street is sick of polls.LONDON/NEW YORK — Wall Street is sick of polls.

Wall Street turns on pollsters | Business | wenatcheeworld.com

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MSNBC’s Al Sharpton said Thursday that President Trump appealed to minorities with entrepreneurial aspirations and Democrats have “a lot of work” to do in order to win back Black and Hispanic voters who wanted to reelect the president. MSNBC’s Al Sharpton said Thursday that President Trump appealed to minorities with entrepreneurial aspirations and Democrats have “a lot of work” to do in order to win back Black and Hispanic voters who wanted to reelect the president. 

Voter turnout in Detroit was higher than in 2016, helping Joe Biden and other Democrats win statewide, according to advocatesVoter turnout in Detroit was higher than in 2016, helping Joe Biden and other Democrats win statewide, according to advocates

Black voters in Detroit helped Joe Biden win Michigan

Democrats should be wary of allowing disinformation to become the new collusion, a murky charge used reflexively to delegitimize Republicans.Democrats should be wary of allowing disinformation to become the new collusion, a murky charge used reflexively to delegitimize Republicans.

Disinformation Is The New Collusion

Democrats once again won a large number of counties along or near the Texas-Mexico border, but by narrower margins than in recent elections. That showing played a big role in disappointing results for the state’s Democrats.Democrats once again won a large number of counties along or near the Texas-Mexico border, but by narrower margins than in recent elections. That showing played a big role in disappointing results fo…

Joe Biden’s performance in Texas’ border counties underwhelms Democrats | The Texas Tribune

Many white Americans don’t want to be saved the way Black people do, because their definition of salvation is mired in racism.Many white Americans don’t want to be saved the way Black people do, because their definition of salvation is mired in racism.

If Trump were to be reelected, that's on white people : TheGrio

On Tuesday night, the American people spoke. They spoke with millions upon millions of voices to produce the greatest presidential election voter turnout in over a century. And they sent a variety of messages, most of them quite positive.The American flag swirls in the wind. (Photo credit: Gary Hershorn/Getty Images) On Tuesday night, the American people spoke. They spoke with millions upon millions of voices to produce the greatest presidential election voter turnout in over a century. And they sent a variety of messages, most of them quite positive. Voters rejected the prevailing narratives of a media determined to make the election a pure referendum on Donald Trump's character. Even if Joe Biden prevails eventually, he will likely be faced with a Republican Senate majority and a 2022 contest that will put the House of Representatives squarely in Republican sights. Voters rejected the pollsters' overconfident modeling: Pollsters were dramatically wrong in their national numbers and just as wrong in their Senate estimates. Voters apparently aren't all that interested in registering their opinions with elite firms who see them as social science subjects rather than as individuals. Voters stuck to their guns in red states; they stuck to their guns in blue states; they stuck to their guns in purple states. America is divided, and it is not growing less divided just out of the elitists' overwrought and hysterical mewling about Trump. This is still a country that is one-third conservative, one-third liberal, and one-third in the middle. But one message resonated above all others: the outright rejection of the ongoing quest by Democrats and the media to paint Americans into racial categories and then declare demographics destiny. Donald Trump bucked four long years of Democrats and media members labeling both him and his supporters white supremacists, bigots, and homophobes. He refused to be cowed by a media determined to paint him as a racist for refusing the faulty premise that America is institutionally bigoted. And he won an increased share of black and Hispanic voters. According to Edison exit polling, as of election night, Trump had gained 2 points with white women, 4 points with black men and 4 points with black women, 3 points with Latino men and 3 points with Latino women, and 5 points in the "other" category. In Florida, according to NBC News exit polling, Trump's coalition included a 55% share of the Cuban American vote, a 30% share of the Puerto Rican vote and 48% of "other Latinos." Trump substantially elevated the national share of Latino and black voters for Republicans — and did so without pandering on illegal immigration or buying into the trite and ugly lies of the Black Lives Matter movement. It wasn't just Trump. In California, a majority-minority state, voters refused to greenlight the racist Proposition 16, which would have repealed a state constitutional provision banning racial discrimination, paving the way for reparations and affirmative action. They did so by a margin of over 10 points and despite the fact that Prop 16 advocates spent 12 times the money their opponents did. All of this has sent woke thinkers into spasms of apoplexy. The execrable Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of the pseudo-historical "1619 Project," tweeted out that Latinos can no longer be considered a racial category, since some Cubans are "white." Charles Blow of The New York Times tweeted "we are surrounded by racists." Actually, Hannah-Jones and Blow aren't surrounded by racists. They're surrounded by people who reject racism and reject the implicitly racist belief that ethnicity ought to dictate voting pattern. All of this is excellent news. Americans spoke last night. They spoke as Americans , as individuals, not as members of contrived interest groups. And that is certainly worth celebrating. Ben Shapiro, 36, is a graduate of UCLA and Harvard Law School, host of "The Ben Shapiro Show" and editor-in-chief of DailyWire.com. He is the author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller "The Right Side of History." He lives with his wife and three children in Los Angeles.

Ben Shapiro: No Matter the Outcome, the Woke Lost | CNSNews

'Certainly going forward in the U.S., it's the younger generation ... is going to be the main driver for Democratic support, probably everywhere'

While youth voters turned out in record numbers — mostly for Biden — a seniors surge didn't happen | National Post

While youth voters turned out in record numbers — mostly for Biden — a seniors surge didn't happen | National Post

Millions voted for Trump again. Not only is this who we are as Americans. Apparently, it’s also who far too many of us are as Californians.Millions voted for Trump again. Not only is this who we are as Americans. Apparently, it’s also who far too many of us are as Californians.

2020 California election: Millions voted for Trump again. Why? - Los Angeles Times

Money isn't predictive and, it turns out, neither are midterm elections. Also, Donald Trump doesn't turn off all Hispanic and Black voters.Money isn't predictive and, it turns out, neither are midterm elections. Also, Donald Trump doesn't turn off all Hispanic and Black voters.

Election 2020: Money and Hispanic voters did not deliver for Democrats

MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (Nov. 4, 2020)—Although votes continue to be counted, the youth vote has the potential to shape the outcome of the 2020 election and to decide the presidency of the United States, according to analysis out today from the Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), the preeminent, non-partisan research center on youthMEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. (Nov. 4, 2020)—Although votes continue to be counted, the youth vote has the potential to shape the outcome of the 2020 election and to decide the presidency of the United

Youth vote again pivotal in presidential race | Tufts Now

No matter how the election ultimately shakes out, Democrats have reason to be worried about the dramatic erosion of support among minority voters. DefyingNo matter how the election ultimately shakes out, Democrats have reason to be worried about the dramatic erosion of support among minority voters. Defying

WALSH: Trump Massively Exceeded Expectations With Minority Voters. Here’s How He Did It. | The Daily Wire

If elected, Biden and Harris will "have to really work."If elected, Biden and Harris will "have to really work."

Al Sharpton admits Trump did well with black and Hispanic voters, appealed to minorities

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Al Sharpton admits Trump did well with black and Hispanic voters, appealed to minorities

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. President Trump is projected to win Texas' 38 electoral votes, and analysts are taking a close look at the southern part of the state, where he performed better than expected in counties with large Hispanic populations. Journalist Megan K. Stack tweeted that her "biggest surprise of the night" was Trump receiving 47 percent of the vote in Starr County. This is a "rural, poor, and almost entirely Latino" county, which was a "dependable Democratic stronghold." In 2016, Hillary Clinton won Starr County, with 79 percent of the vote compared to Trump's 19 percent. In Zapata County, where 84 percent of estimated votes have been counted, Trump is winning with 52.5 percent of the vote. Houston Chronicle reporter Zach Despart tweeted that the county, which Clinton won in 2016 by 33 points, is 95 percent Hispanic, and it was "shaping up to be a very poor performance for [Democratic presidential nominee Joe] Biden in heavily Democratic South Texas." In South Florida, Trump appears to have been buoyed by Cuban American voters, and Sawyer Hackett, a senior adviser to native Texan and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro, noted that there's "not a lot of Cubans in South Texas. Latinos aren't monolithic, but these numbers signal a much broader problem for Democrats than national origin." Farther west in Arizona, Biden is ahead in Maricopa County, where Phoenix is located. The population there is about one-third Hispanic, and The Atlantic's Derek Thompson tweeted that if Biden does win there, it's "an important indicator that A, there is no singular 'Latino vote,' B, we should get some fascinating gender/education/generation/geographical origin breakdowns of the 2020 Latino vote." Catherine Garcia

Trump did surprisingly well in Hispanic-majority counties in South Texas

Exit polling Tuesday night indicates that Black men may have defected from the Democratic Party in significant numbers during the 2020 election. The reasons behind the defection of so many Black men from the Democratic Party are something that will be debated far after all the votes are counted.Exit polling Tuesday night indicates that Black men may have defected from the Democratic Party in significant numbers during the 2020 election. The reasons behind the defection of so many Black men from the Democratic Party are something that will be debated far after all the votes are counted.

Biden may have lost support from Black men compared to 2016, exit poll says

Young white voters backed Biden over Trump by 6 percentage points. Black, Asian, and Latino youth backed Biden by 76, 69, and 51 points, respectively.Young white voters backed Biden over Trump by 6 percentage points. Black, Asian, and Latino youth backed Biden by 76, 69, and 51 points, respectively.

Young people of color heavily voted Biden, white youth much more split - Insider

Voter turnout among black voters dropped steeply in the 2016 US presidential election. In the face of the coronavirus, recession and Trump, that may well have changed this time aroundVoter turnout among black voters dropped steeply in the 2016 US presidential election. In the face of the coronavirus, recession and Trump, that may well have changed this time around

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The reasons behind the defection of so many Black men from the Democratic Party will be debated far after all Tuesday's votes are counted.The reasons behind the defection of so many Black men from the Democratic Party will be debated far after all Tuesday's votes are counted.

Biden may have lost support from Black men compared to 2016, exit poll says - TheGrio : TheGrio

On Tuesday night, the American people spoke. They spoke with millions upon millions of voices to produce the greatest presidential election voter turnout in over a century. And they sent On Tuesday night, the American people spoke. They spoke with millions upon millions of voices to produce the greatest presidential election voter turnout in over a century. And they sent

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On Tuesday night, the American people spoke. They spoke with millions upon millions of voices to produce the greatest presidential election voter turnout in over a century. And they sent On Tuesday night, the American people spoke. They spoke with millions upon millions of voices to produce the greatest presidential election voter turnout in over a century. And they sent

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