Thank you for posting this. I have interviewed at a few places that have done “test challenges” and chose not to move forward with the interview process at any of these places. Doing spec work to get a job is a major red flag. It’s just sad that is such a common practice at many reputable companies.
That is disturbing that 19% of his supporters identify with White-Nationalist views and 12% have a favorable opinion of neo-nazis. It was also surprising that 1% of Clinton voters have a favorable opinion of white supremacists. I still think it is inaccurate to say Trump’s base is white supremacists. It would make a more compelling argument to say that 19% of his supporters identify with White-Nationalism.
Thanks for pointing this out. In my experience, many people fail to recognize that “free speech” is protection from the government. They tend to think it is the right to say whatever you want, wherever you want without any consequences from anyone.
Are there any numbers to support that his base is in fact white supremacists? I thought his base was baby boomers, the largest demographic generation in the US and the ones that showed up to vote. Just to be clear, I am not a baby boomer and I did not vote for Donald Trump. This is just a pretty strong claim and seeing a source or further explanation around this point would help its persuasiveness.
There is more recent research that shows that the issue is more complicated than what Miles Tinker’s research indicated: