One of the relaxing and barriers to this work is to make a lot of travel. I have been in 23 provinces over the last three months. The general feeling I am getting is that we can not cover a moderate choice campaign. I'm going to summarize two different voters.
The biggest difference is atmospheric. On the outskirts of towns and cities, Donald Trump shows every problem: Have you seen what he's now tweeted? Do you see his appeal? Where do you find the Mueller test?
Compared to rural populations, in contrast, all these things seem like a storm inside in Mongolia. It's from something far away and without a certain amount here, so no one will pay a lot of attention.
In the rural population, people talk about a period of time. People living in the United States generally do not care about the subject. Even if 80 per cent of the residents support Trump, you will never know how the person will react if you name it – they can call you racist – so it is not a safe topic for discussion.
The other great feeling I can get is that large canyons are now divided into different parts of the American community and these hills are hard and hard to overcome.
On the other hand, such as Amy Walter of the Political Report indicate that little has changed over the past two years. In 2016, 54% of the white voters support Trump, and the exact percent of voters support him today. In 2016, 38 percent of white college voters supported Trump and 38 percent support him today.
Much has been said, but a few ideas have been changed.
On the other hand, the political position of everybody is joining really I do not like the Republic. White men without college really I do not like Democrats. Urban America is really buluug America America is really pink The 2016 competition will remain in presidential terms. The 2018 competition is slowly going on in the tickets.
I am with Ron Brownstein from CNN and the former Republican Republican Tom Davis: This is not an absolute election; It is an election choice. Tuesday's results will not be disclosed to some of the radical leaders behind the Democrats. They want to shape the fact that people are tough on their part, and these sectors appear to be producing the Democratic Republic of the Congolese and the House of the Elders.
The Republicans raped an unwanted president, and the effort is to try to get a homeowner in order to bring about local issues. But Trump makes everything about himself, and therefore needs all the citizens.
The party elections are often the most important of all independent elections. The personal qualities of the individual are much smaller, and there are very few differences in how different candidates are doing their campaign.
In Missouri, for example, the Jamhuriists will run in Josh Hawley, the Senate House. Hawley would have been an exciting campaign to cross the border. He went to Stanford and Yale Law School. He wrote a good book about Theodore Roosevelt, and a number of good things for the National newspaper, including erudite one of the radicals of extremism. However, he is "Trumpkin Republican Republic".
National policy forces local candidates to act as often as Trump or Pelosi as they themselves are.
The word that the two constituencies share is the "solution." The two groups have a feeling that the United States is strengthening. If you ask what & # 39; issues & # 39; most importantly, they will tell you about health care or immigration. But that is not the right question for asking, because you do not get the feeling of anger and the real truth that actually goes on.
Of course, these two men tell the stories of the whole. In rural areas, the sources of change are migrants (the caravan markers) and the radicals of knowledgeable scholars (a sign of the media). The rural basic values, such as hard work, gender and social fabrication, disappear before human eyes.
Timothy Carney had which is a very good item on Thursday and captured the sense of community. "I found loaded .22 is one of my favorite doorways," a rural man in Pennsylvania told Carney, "I do not trust anyone in my room."
The City of Minneapolis seems to be opposed to the increasing nature of the trump, Trump's system creates social rules, underground military bases with radical right-wing guns. If something, the blue-focus solution is too big.
Democracy is increasingly possessed by the middle class. And by the way, the Democrats are losing the trust of the capital themselves, the American dream. Freedom of expression shows racism over complicated development in African-American populations.
As Emma Green writes in Atlantic, for many, the negative development is not just political belief; It is a kind of restaurant, rituals and unethical behavior that is not being sold.
Most politics are not about refusing issues. It's about private conversation.
Venn diagram is dead. There are no casualties.
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