“In Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin registration among whites without college degrees is up by 46 percent while registration by people of color is up by only 4 percent.”
The majority of Hispanics..."preferred to see Hispanics as a group integrating into the American mainstream, one not overly bound by racial constraints, but instead able to get ahead through hard work." The data bear this out.
Fascinating detail in here: when surveyed, only one in four Hispanics said they believe they are “people of color”
This from is, as usual, so thorough and informative.
Troubling signs for Democrats in voter registration (though MI does not have party or race registration data so harder to say), PA rules on rejecting mail ballots without 2 envelopes, & racialized messaging that still appeals to minority voters
Democrats suppressing their own vote by emphasizing mail-in balloting, points out ...
Five Things Biden and His Allies Should Be Worried About. by . Always worth reading.
Latino section v-eye opening. Don't like being pigeonholed as "people of color." Respond to anti-illegal message (as do African-Americans).
Woke Whites: In touch with themselves and no one else. Here is T. on "dog whistles": A Rep message condemning “illegal immigration from places overrun with drugs and criminal gangs” was backed by 3 of 5 whites. And Blacks. And Latinos. Ooops.
“Five Things Biden and His Allies Should Be Worried About” “The suburban vote isn’t one of them.”
Opinion | Five Things Biden and His Allies Should Be Worried About - The New York Times
From Tom 's NYT column on 5 things Biden supporters should worry about. He's always worth reading.
The reasons listed here are why
Five Things Biden and His Allies Should Be Worried About (Though Biden still the favourite)