I dont look down on working class people at all and fully admire and respect honest hardworking people no matter what they earn or their jobs.Not every Trump supporter is like that though, plenty are like the ones in the picture, you just need to read some of the posts on this site to see that.
First, I work in politics and am very familiar with the demographic and polling data. Care to match credentials.Secondly, you asked "most common." Obviously there are exceptions, but the data are clear. Mr. Trump's base vote - i. e. his most common and reliable voters - are lower middle class blue collar workers. Indeed, it is why Mrs. Clinton lost in 2016. She assumed that, as that demographic had been the heart and soul of the Democrat coalition since the 1930s, she could take them for granted. She did, predictable results to follow.Now, if you want to ask the question, "Are there Trump voters like the ones listed below and of them which is the most numerous?" then you might get a different answer. However, based on voter results and other factors, let us just call the question you posted a "Freudian slip," shall we?The Democrats are no longer interested in the lower middle class - at least to the extent that they once were - for various cultural and electoral reasons. Thus, as noted, the inversion is voting patterns. Where once the lower the income level, the more likely they voted Democrat, now it is the reverse.The lower middle class know their own interests and they know when they are being looked down upon. Suffice to say, the numbers don't lie.
Haha, unfortunately you can't edit poll options but next time I'll add Karen. I don't know how I missed her out
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Biden has been great so far, he just entered at the worst possible time.
hahahaha the pepsi just squirted out of my nose.
He entered on the back of huge debt and during the middle of worst pandemic in a long time which had been handled poorly
If you call getting a vaccine created in less than a year poorly then I agree.
You mean the few hundred thousand unnecessary deaths and the downplaying of a deadly virus is wel handled lol
What nobody talks about is that the president's role was to support the states. Doing things like getting ventilators built, building field hospitals, outfitting hospital ships and providing financial support for the nation. The individual governors set the policies in their respective states. Some did better than others. Usually democrat govenors did the poorest when it cam to deaths. It was n't Trump that made the policy to put infected nursing home patients in with healthy patients. Cuomo did that all on his own.
@exitseven The vaccine was not created in "less than a year". That is a persistent lie and a convenient Republican talking point. The mRNA technology has been being developed for the preceding 10 years. You should stop repeating things like this if you want any credibility.
@msc545 The tools were there but the vaccine still needed to be made and tested and approved. All that happened in less than a year.
So based on that, you think there is something wrong with it? If so, what is it that is wrong?
@msc5had my second dose two weeks ago. I am good to go.
ok then. No worries!
Are u sure lol