Dems Scared Thanks to This New Election Data on Trump
Thanks to post-election data, we now know why Democrats are so terrified of Pressdnret Trump and his campaign.
The data reveals where President Trump received the majority of his patronage, which has the Democrats quaking in their commie boots.
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Bear in mind that this data is unlikely to represent real gains, as we all know, since the 2020 election was a hoax. But this reveals why the Democrats are so terrified of Trump…and why they are so determined to silence him.
According to data from Catalist, a left-wing data research company, Trump’s voter share of women and people of color rose to 57.2 percent last fall, up from 54.8 percent in 2016, according to the Washington Examiner.
Overall, Trump’s popularity increased in all racial demographics, with the exception of white men, who lost ground. Trump earned 7 points among non-white women and 4 points among non-white men.
The biggest gains, however, came from the Hispanic minority, which must have the Democrats practically pooping in their pants. This is their “modern voting” base, which they’re still trying to expand with their “open borders” party, and seeing this guy come along and take a big piece of the pie would have terrified them.
According to the data, Trump gained 8 points among Hispanics – I’m sure it was more, particularly when you factor in all the “illegals” who most likely voted. The Democrats, on the other hand, are aware of the “real” figure, which demonstrates why they want Trump’s entire movement to be crushed to dust.
According to the results, Trump’s support among black voters increased by three points (again, I am sure it was more).
They wouldn’t care what President Trump does if he were the lumbering buffoon that the left portrays him to be.
But he isn’t.
Trump is a force to be dealt with, and if left unchecked, he would have further weakened the Democrats, causing their entire party to implode.
On the other hand, the Republican Party is slowly realizing – though reluctantly – that if they don’t support Trump, they’re doomed.