Democrats are losing the working class vote, and it’s not just the white middle class, it’s everyone.
This is a trend that began with Trump, but it’s continuing.
Working people look at where the Democrats are taking the country and increasingly want nothing to do with it.
The Intercept reports:
IT’S NOT JUST WHITE PEOPLE: DEMOCRATS ARE LOSING NORMAL VOTERS OF ALL RACES
LAST MONDAY, a Democratic firm hosted focus groups with women in Virginia who voted in 2017 for Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam, in 2020 for Democratic President Joe Biden, and then this month for Republican Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin. It was centered on suburban women: a group that pivoted significantly to the right in the governor’s election…
While these debates have unfolded, Democrats have seen a steady erosion in support among working-class voters of all races, while gaining support among the most highly educated voters. That movement would point toward class divisions driving voter behavior, but the rearing up of critical race theory as a central plank of the Republican Party appeared to throw the question open again…
Barefoot’s results rhymed with the conclusions of a memo put out by strategist Andrew Levison, who has long made the argument that Democratic efforts at connecting with working-class voters are fundamentally flawed.
The GOP has become the party of the working class.
As the Working Class tide continues to rise across America, the Red wave will only get stronger.
Now more than ever, it’s time for the GOP to modernize, educate, and engage with voters on a grassroots local level.
‘22 & ‘24 elections are soon approaching. Let’s get to work🇺🇸
— Vanessa Simon (@Vanessa4NY) November 9, 2021
Democrats don't care about working class voters anymore. That's the issue. The party has gentrified itself. https://t.co/B64njjFq8g
— Christopher J. Nurse (@ChrisJNurse) November 14, 2021
Democrats are the party of Hollywood, coastal elites and far left academia.
Republicans have to continue to embrace hard working, tax paying Americans.