In 2016, the three states that strongly supported the Democrats’ tradition of presidential elections shocked political observers by voting for Donald Trump with a thin margin. Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin supported Democrats so frequently that they spoke of building a “blue wall” along Minnesota that went briefly in favor of Hillary Clinton.
With just one year to go before the 2012 elections, voters in the blue-walled states are eager to step in the Democrats’ mid-west, and now it remains a critical demographic for President Trump to try to expand his support in those states. One New report Kaiser Family Foundation and Cook Political Report found that 5% of the voters in this blue wall did not decide who they would support in 2021.
The report also shows that Mr Trump is an important factor in motivating voters to activate. Twenty-one percent of voters said their primary motivation for voting in 2021 was to defeat Mr. Trump, compared to 5% who said they were motivated by re-electing Mr. Trump or opposing any democratization.
Senators Elizabeth Warren, former Vice-President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders were the top choice of Democratic primary voters to nominate in the Blue Wall state, with 21 percent saying they would support Warren, compared with 21% supporting Biden and Sanders 13%.
Meanwhile, the report found that Republican% of Republican and Republican-inclined voters would like Mr. Trump as a Republican nominee, leaving little hope for his primary challengers. Seventy percent of voters in Trump have said that there is no policy that can make them work or fail to enact laws that will convince them not to vote for them.
Seventy-five percent of the blue wall voters rejected Mr. Trump. However, he still has strong support from demographic groups, which form the basis for conservative voters, including 78% of rural voters, 3% of rural voters, and 5% of white voters without college degrees. However, its approval ratings will sink into 95% of black voters, 80% of Hispanic voters, 76% of urban voters and 5% of white voters in college degrees.
Mr. Trump’s low approval rating among white voters, including a college degree, might help explain the recent Republican losses in the downtown area where the GOP tradition was practically a strong one. The Democrats on TuesdayRepublicans held state capitals in part because of victories in suburban counties, such as Prince William County. Democrats now hold three branches of government in Virginia for the first time in a generation.