Media(D) hardest hit.
In an article that had hints of condescension towards the “misguided” immigrant voters, “Immigrant Neighborhoods Shifted Red as the Country Chose Blue” is sounding the alarm that there is a shift in political trends and voting blocs aren’t as secure as Democrats believe that they are.
Weiyi Cai and of the New York Times must have been in physical pain while writing this.
Across the United States, many areas with large populations of Latinos and residents of Asian descent, including ones with the highest numbers of immigrants, had something in common this election: a surge in turnout and a shift to the right, often a sizable one.
The pattern was evident in big cities like Chicago and New York, in California and Florida, and along the Texas border with Mexico, according to a New York Times analysis of voting in 28,000 precincts in more than 20 cities…
…Thousands of new voters across the country turned out in areas with significant numbers of Latinos and residents of Asian descent — populations whose participation in past elections has lagged. And over all, Mr. Trump, whose policies and remarks were widely expected to alienate immigrants and voters of color, won the lion’s share of the additional turnout.
Source: New York Times
See how they just have to twist the knife and remind everyone that the guy that has been a beloved public figure for 40 years was actually a Super Secret Racist and suddenly started to say the quiet things out loud when he decided to run for President? That’s absurd on its face — Trump isn’t exactly reticent when it comes to his opinions on anything.
The article then says that shifts weren’t just in the Cuban areas of Miami who tend to vote Republican because they’ve seen what socialism/communism has done to their former homeland — it’s among many minority groups. Predominantly minority precincts had higher voter turnout in 2020 and many of them shifted toward the GOP.
Latinos turned out significantly for President Trump — he received 45 percent more votes from these areas in 2020 than he did in 2016. The New York Times notes that this demographic includes “tens of thousands of residents of Mexican descent.”
“In Chinatown, Mr. Trump’s vote increased by 34 percent over 2016, while Mr. Biden received 6 percent fewer votes than Hillary Clinton,” states the article. Biden still won overall, but it still cost the Democrats 12 percentage points.
The article notes that although many of these areas are still Democrat strongholds, any shift in voting trends can be consequential. It has clearly affected the outcomes of Congressional races.
It seems that the further left the left goes, the more they alienate minorities who don’t want their identity politics B.S.
Keep up the good work, Democrats!
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