Post Reply ...so why would anyone? Why? WHY-WHY-WHY???!?!?!?!
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Because they're dirt poor and feel ignored

See what it's like in places where people in cities and suburbia hardly think or know about

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/03/04/us/politics/donald-trump-voters.html

edit: but those places count for less electoral votes so Hillary's going to be the next president anyways
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Any data from the general election and not the primaries? Primaries don't really tell us how Trump fares against Clinton and we already know that Trump won the Republican Primary.
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Any data from the general election and not the primaries? Primaries don't really tell us how Trump fares against Clinton and we already know that Trump won the Republican Primary.


The point is really about what kind of people would vote for Trump, in answer to the rhetorical question "(blahblahblahBADTRUMPblahblah) so who in the world would vote for Trump?"
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sundin13 wrote:

Any data from the general election and not the primaries? Primaries don't really tell us how Trump fares against Clinton and we already know that Trump won the Republican Primary.


The point is really about what kind of people would vote for Trump, in answer to the rhetorical question "(blahblahblahBADTRUMPblahblah) so who in the world would vote for Trump?"


Yes, but you answered "who would vote for Trump over Cruz/Rubio/Kasich", not "who would vote for Trump over Clinton".
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sundin13 wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:


sundin13 wrote:

Any data from the general election and not the primaries? Primaries don't really tell us how Trump fares against Clinton and we already know that Trump won the Republican Primary.


The point is really about what kind of people would vote for Trump, in answer to the rhetorical question "(blahblahblahBADTRUMPblahblah) so who in the world would vote for Trump?"


Yes, but you answered "who would vote for Trump over Cruz/Rubio/Kasich", not "who would vote for Trump over Clinton".


Same sort of people

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Worked fine for me on Chrome and M$IE without logging in...
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Worked fine for me on Chrome and M$IE without logging in...


I prevent websites from using my facebook cookies. Maybe you let them track you everywhere.
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Worked fine for me on Chrome and M$IE without logging in...


I prevent websites from using my facebook cookies. Maybe you let them track you everywhere.


nopers... uBlock Origins reporting FB being blocked
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Hum... Idk.
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I don't even have social media and I can get into the NY times w/o an issue. No FB, Twitter, MySpace etc.

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