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America, Anaconda, and College: kanye (a queengabbi something to think about tonight Women People of Color. White People How the Electoral Map would look if only voted. Non-College-Educated Whites Collego Educated Whitos "The reason I breakdown the POC vote into various groups bygender, ethnicity, educaton level that no matter howl broaeitdown, it was aMam 100%blow. Men White Women Whito Men Based on pre-election polling I think, so didn't turn out entirely accurate, but still has credibility as an illustration of political division. And before people start saying stuff like 'like it or not he's our president' 'stop complaining!!' 'this is democracy' 'f**king liberal snowflakes!1!' the point of this is not to show which party is better-worse - how you vote is your choice - but to show how divided the country is, in a way that is highly unusual. It's not about individual politics, it's about group thinking: whites vs non-whites, men vs women, young vs old, rural vs urban. So what's scary is that, like it or not, Trump only scraped in, and is only likely to represent you if you're of a particular demographic. The way the country is so starkly divided (this is also being replicated in places like Britain, where the Brexit vote showed similar demographic bias, without the significance of gender) is particularly worrying for anyone hoping for a more peaceful, integrated America - Amber -edit: does nobody read the caption-small print?
America, Anaconda, and College: kanye
 (a queengabbi
 something to think about tonight
 Women
 People of Color.
 White People
 How the
 Electoral Map
 would look
 if only
 voted.
 Non-College-Educated Whites
 Collego Educated Whitos
 "The reason I breakdown the POC vote into various groups bygender, ethnicity,
 educaton level that no matter howl broaeitdown, it was aMam 100%blow.
 Men
 White Women
 Whito Men
Based on pre-election polling I think, so didn't turn out entirely accurate, but still has credibility as an illustration of political division. And before people start saying stuff like 'like it or not he's our president' 'stop complaining!!' 'this is democracy' 'f**king liberal snowflakes!1!' the point of this is not to show which party is better-worse - how you vote is your choice - but to show how divided the country is, in a way that is highly unusual. It's not about individual politics, it's about group thinking: whites vs non-whites, men vs women, young vs old, rural vs urban. So what's scary is that, like it or not, Trump only scraped in, and is only likely to represent you if you're of a particular demographic. The way the country is so starkly divided (this is also being replicated in places like Britain, where the Brexit vote showed similar demographic bias, without the significance of gender) is particularly worrying for anyone hoping for a more peaceful, integrated America - Amber -edit: does nobody read the caption-small print?

Based on pre-election polling I think, so didn't turn out entirely accurate, but still has credibility as an illustration of political divis...