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What Divided The Electorate In 2020

What Divided The Electorate In 2020

Update: 2020-11-165
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The crew explores the demographic and geographic trends that divided the nation in 2020. They also ask how President Trump's refusal to concede the election will affect the nation.

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Troy Garcia

I listen to your program pretty regularly. I thought Biden would win because of the mishandling of the panademic but I knew the polling average was off. I think what your panel misses is that the so called fringe conspiracy theories are much more mainstream than you think. For those people Trump is an uncompromising candidate. He is the top shelf, wish list candidate for the modern republican party. Since the GOP has focused on appealing to racists and made culture war issues their primary public facing image their voters have become more extreme. The GOP has been framing those conversations as existential threats to an idea of American culture that most Americans have moved past. The media needs to come to terms with what the conservative movement in America actually is instead of what they think it is. Those 2 things are very different.

Nov 17th
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What Divided The Electorate In 2020

What Divided The Electorate In 2020

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