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The kids are not on the right

25 November 2020

9:15 AM

25 November 2020

9:15 AM

There are still questions hanging over the 2020 election. Not the ones Rudy Giuliani and his team are posing about voter fraud — the judges are answering those — but more philosophical ones about where the Trump campaign may have fallen short.

Here’s one of Cockburn’s, for example: how is it that Trump’s youth support dropped by three percentage points compared to 2016?

CNN’s 2016 exit poll showed that 34 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds voted for Trump over Hillary Clinton — but in 2020, the President got just 31 percent.

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