So, who voted Trump?


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6 Responses

  1. Wes says:

    The dialogue says that 53% of Caucasian women voted for Trump, but your By Gender figures show 42% of Caucasian women. So which is correct?

    The Trump win appears to be result of voter laziness within the Democrat population who expected Clinton to win, thought others would vote to ensure the result, and are now surprised they have the President they weren’t expecting. Another reason why compulsory voting is still better than not voting at all.

  2. Michael says:

    The Electoral College system looks extremely fair compared to the Australian Senate. NSW people only get one senator for every 650,000 people. TAS people get one senator for every 25,000 people. This is partly why independents like Xenophon and Hanson exist.

    • mc says:

      There are plenty of cross-benchers from NSW, Victoria and Queensland (each with a similar number of residents/senator). I don’t think the way senate seats are distributed has much to do with it.

  3. Gary. says:

    The big, big, trouble is, could Aust fight it’s way out of a paper bag with the unknown troubles appearing in the Asia seas, who will protects who’s interests, at what price, lives or money, and where will it come from, lives from Australia protecting off shore money, living and learning the hard way, BUT! will we be alive to learn the hard way???

  1. November 15, 2016

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