Filed Under: “Demographics”

Democrats can’t build a winning coalition with only college-educated voters

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White voters without college degrees shifted toward Republicans based on cultural issues, something similar may be happening with Hispanics


Democrats thought they could count on a more diverse electorate to win big, here’s why that didn’t happen

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Responding to new Census numbers, progressive pundits are once again oversimplifying America’s diverse and complex electorate


Many Democratic leaders still haven’t realized that their base voters aren’t motivated by ideology

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If Democratic activists want to mobilize their voters to the polls, they should stop treating them like the Republican base


Hispanic and black Americans without college degrees moved toward the GOP in 2020

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Democrats spent more on racial minority outreach than ever and had less to show for it in 2020 than 2016


Democrats thought that demographics were destiny, we’re living with the consequences

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Demographics set the contours of elections, they don’t determine them


Do Democrats actually understand what Hispanic voters want?

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Democratic politicians and consultants have been pursuing Latin voters for decades with less-than-impressive results


New data suggests that white laborers vote differently based on income levels

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