What contributed to Trump's defeat in Wisconsin? (user search)

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January 20, 2022, 09:18:22 AM

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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.
Black voters turning out in Milwaukee
Declining rural populations making him harder to overcome the Milwaukee and madison population
WOW suburbs not as crimson red as in past elections
College to college educated voters turning out in record numbers
Kenosha unrest
Tariffs that hurt the farmers there
WI Being the epicenter of COVID during the campaign season
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Total Voters: 48

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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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