What contributed to Trump's defeat in Wisconsin? (user search)
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  What contributed to Trump's defeat in Wisconsin? (search mode)
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Question: This alongside MI and PA will have similar reasons.
#1
Black voters turning out in Milwaukee
 
#2
Declining rural populations making him harder to overcome the Milwaukee and madison population
 
#3
WOW suburbs not as crimson red as in past elections
 
#4
College to college educated voters turning out in record numbers
 
#5
Kenosha unrest
 
#6
Tariffs that hurt the farmers there
 
#7
WI Being the epicenter of COVID during the campaign season
 
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Total Voters: 48

Author Topic: What contributed to Trump's defeat in Wisconsin?  (Read 697 times)
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« on: November 24, 2021, 04:13:30 AM »

Would bet every dollar to my name that #6 had nothing to do with it. Tariffs made it closer than it would have been otherwise, and Trump consistently increased subsidies as well as included ag/dairy buys in USMCA/phase one of the China deal. This was always a preposterous narrative to me.

I think it was a combination of #3 and #7. #3 always surprised me, since other similar suburbs nationally voted more D, and with the nationalization of politics WOW was due for normalization.
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