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Electability is king in the 2020 Democratic primary as voters are choosing candidates they think their fellow citizens would support—not the ones they actually like best.
Electability is king in the 2020 Democratic primary, but it may be a manifestation of a troubling trend: Americans' deepening distrust in their fellow citizens,
Higher Ground Labs
Who can beat Trump? Electability is a key driver of candidate support in the 2020 primary race. HGL portfolio company
on what electability really means
“I like the other platforms better, but I think [Biden's] the only one the middle of the country might vote for. I usually vote for the person I want. But this year I’m going to be more thoughtful. I look at polls.”
If you think
is the most electable candidate, you don't understand the situation at all. Ironically, electability voters don't trust others to make an informed vote.
I mean, enough if them voted for Trump over Clinton, so I get the lack of trust. It’s like having a partner, such as Trump, who has reliably cheated on every woman he’s been with. A lack of trust is justified.