I Was Wrong about Trump Voters
Michael Baharaeen

They found that 64 percent of these voters had chosen Trump, while only 32 percent chose Clinton.

Was the turnout among white working class 96% indeed or did they only count those who showed up, with 6% voting third party? The 2016 total turnout was about 60%, if the rate was much higher for this demographics, it should’ve been explained.

The fallacy here is to assume that it was a split of votes for everybody eligible. But it only shows that “Clinton people” were less eager to vote than “Trump people”, not that Trump was overwhelmingly popular for whatever reasons.

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