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« on: January 23, 2019, 08:37:44 pm »

The remaining right wing suburbs in America post-2018 election other than Williamson County, TN and Waukesha County, WI, that I can think of?
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« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2019, 08:44:05 pm »

Its difficult to say if recent trends in Suburbia are more anti-Trump than anything else.
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« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2019, 09:06:08 pm »

there's still a ton of them lul
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« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2019, 10:37:47 pm »

There are a bunch that could well snap back once we have a Dem President again. We won't know until it happens. 
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« Reply #4 on: January 23, 2019, 10:56:46 pm »

there's still a ton of them lul
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« Reply #5 on: January 23, 2019, 11:22:02 pm »

Some surviving blood red suburbs in areas which were once all deep red includes montgomery tx and forsyth ga. Even these are swinging d .
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« Reply #6 on: January 23, 2019, 11:42:52 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.
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« Reply #7 on: January 24, 2019, 12:16:55 am »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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« Reply #8 on: January 24, 2019, 12:42:50 am »

Counties labeled as "exurban" by the American Community Project gave Trump 55.5% of their vote, while counties labeled as "middle suburbs" gave Trump 54% of their vote. Examples of the former include Hamilton County, IN and Delaware County, OH, while examples of the latter include Lancaster County, PA.
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« Reply #9 on: January 24, 2019, 03:17:35 am »

Trump will win St. Tammany by 20+ but will only win Jefferson by 6-8
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« Reply #10 on: January 24, 2019, 03:24:05 am »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016

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« Reply #11 on: January 24, 2019, 05:32:03 am »

These suburbs are all in southern and midwestern states. And all of them seem to be trending leftward anyway.

Hereís what I got
-Shelby AL
-Benton/Fayette AR
-Pinal AZ
-Douglas CO
-Hamilton/Boone IN
-Oldham/Bullitt KY
-Campbell/Kenton/Boone KY
-DeSoto MS
-Rankin MS
-St. Charles/Jefferson MO
-Platte/Clay/Cass MO
-Union/Iredell/Gaston/Cabarrus NC
-Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex NJ
-Monmouth/Ocean NJ
-Delaware OH
-Warren/Butler OH
-Cleveland OK
-Westmoreland PA
-Greenville/Spartanburg/Anderson/Pickens SC
-Lexington SC
-Dorchester/Berkeley SC
-York SC
-Williamson/Rutherford/Wilson TN
-Brazoria/Galveston TX
-Comal TX
-Kaufman/Rockwall TX
-Waukesha/Ozaukee/Washington (WOW Counties) WI
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« Reply #12 on: January 24, 2019, 07:22:50 am »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020
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« Reply #13 on: January 24, 2019, 11:04:34 am »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020
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« Reply #15 on: January 24, 2019, 11:11:07 am »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Cruz only won Collin by 6 and Trump is more unpopular in Texas than Cruz is. Paxton also only won by 8 points.
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« Reply #16 on: January 24, 2019, 11:15:41 am »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Cruz only won Collin by 6 and Trump is more unpopular in Texas than Cruz is. Paxton also only won by 8 points.


In a midterm year where things go against the Presidentís party all the time .


So unless you think 2020 will have the Democrats winning by 7-8 points nationally again Collin wonít be within 10 points 
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« Reply #17 on: January 24, 2019, 01:01:06 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31
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« Reply #18 on: January 24, 2019, 01:15:45 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

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Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31

Cruz won it by 6 in a Democratic Wave year, and the Democratic candidate in that case had the ability to spend all his resources in one state.

National Dems wont have that luxury and if 2020 isnt a wave Trump will win TX by 7-11 points in 2020 in most cases.


I think Trump will also win Tarrant by 5-6 points
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« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2019, 01:54:29 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

Try again


Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31

Cruz won it by 6 in a Democratic Wave year, and the Democratic candidate in that case had the ability to spend all his resources in one state.

National Dems wont have that luxury and if 2020 isnt a wave Trump will win TX by 7-11 points in 2020 in most cases.


I think Trump will also win Tarrant by 5-6 points

Everyone knows that Beto-Collier-Nelson-Olson voters for Trump are incredibly common.

No offense, OSR, but you know absolutely nothing about Collin County.
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« Reply #20 on: January 24, 2019, 02:05:43 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

Try again


Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31

Cruz won it by 6 in a Democratic Wave year, and the Democratic candidate in that case had the ability to spend all his resources in one state.

National Dems wont have that luxury and if 2020 isnt a wave Trump will win TX by 7-11 points in 2020 in most cases.


I think Trump will also win Tarrant by 5-6 points

Everyone knows that Beto-Collier-Nelson-Olson voters for Trump are incredibly common.

No offense, OSR, but you know absolutely nothing about Collin County.


Lmao you know nothing about midterms vs Presidential elections


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« Reply #21 on: January 24, 2019, 02:12:03 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

Try again


Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31

Cruz won it by 6 in a Democratic Wave year, and the Democratic candidate in that case had the ability to spend all his resources in one state.

National Dems wont have that luxury and if 2020 isnt a wave Trump will win TX by 7-11 points in 2020 in most cases.


I think Trump will also win Tarrant by 5-6 points

Everyone knows that Beto-Collier-Nelson-Olson voters for Trump are incredibly common.

No offense, OSR, but you know absolutely nothing about Collin County.


Lmao you know nothing about midterms vs Presidential elections




Clearly people who voted for a highly visible, very progressive challenger candidate for Senate are going to turn around and vote for Trump two years later. You can keep denying trends, but voters donít care about that. Youíre a joke.
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« Reply #22 on: January 24, 2019, 02:21:46 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

Try again


Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31

Cruz won it by 6 in a Democratic Wave year, and the Democratic candidate in that case had the ability to spend all his resources in one state.

National Dems wont have that luxury and if 2020 isnt a wave Trump will win TX by 7-11 points in 2020 in most cases.


I think Trump will also win Tarrant by 5-6 points

Everyone knows that Beto-Collier-Nelson-Olson voters for Trump are incredibly common.

No offense, OSR, but you know absolutely nothing about Collin County.


Lmao you know nothing about midterms vs Presidential elections




Clearly people who voted for a highly visible, very progressive challenger candidate for Senate are going to turn around and vote for Trump two years later. You can keep denying trends, but voters donít care about that. Youíre a joke.

So you think Texas will be within 3 points even if the national popular vote is only Democrats + 3 or +4.

LMAO
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« Reply #23 on: January 24, 2019, 02:30:36 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

Try again


Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31

Cruz won it by 6 in a Democratic Wave year, and the Democratic candidate in that case had the ability to spend all his resources in one state.

National Dems wont have that luxury and if 2020 isnt a wave Trump will win TX by 7-11 points in 2020 in most cases.


I think Trump will also win Tarrant by 5-6 points

Everyone knows that Beto-Collier-Nelson-Olson voters for Trump are incredibly common.

No offense, OSR, but you know absolutely nothing about Collin County.


Lmao you know nothing about midterms vs Presidential elections




Clearly people who voted for a highly visible, very progressive challenger candidate for Senate are going to turn around and vote for Trump two years later. You can keep denying trends, but voters donít care about that. Youíre a joke.

So you think Texas will be within 3 points even if the national popular vote is only Democrats + 3 or +4.

LMAO

Apparently you love embarrassing yourself. You probably predicted that Cruz would've won by 8-10% before the election, and you're already showing signs of being stupidly overconfident about 2020. You can keep typing "LMAO" until your grave; it won't make you any more correct.
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« Reply #24 on: January 24, 2019, 02:33:50 pm »

Shelby, AL
Lexington, SC
SC Upstate
Collin and Denton, TX
Hamilton, IN
WOW Counties, WI
Williamson, TN
Rankin, MS
Delaware, OH
Cherokee and Forsyth, GA
Jefferson, LA

Trump should win all those by double digits in 2020.

Try again


Trump won Collin County by 17 points in 2016



He said 2020

Collin wonít swing by 8 points in 2020

Romney won it by 31

Cruz won it by 6 in a Democratic Wave year, and the Democratic candidate in that case had the ability to spend all his resources in one state.

National Dems wont have that luxury and if 2020 isnt a wave Trump will win TX by 7-11 points in 2020 in most cases.


I think Trump will also win Tarrant by 5-6 points

Everyone knows that Beto-Collier-Nelson-Olson voters for Trump are incredibly common.

No offense, OSR, but you know absolutely nothing about Collin County.


Lmao you know nothing about midterms vs Presidential elections




Clearly people who voted for a highly visible, very progressive challenger candidate for Senate are going to turn around and vote for Trump two years later. You can keep denying trends, but voters donít care about that. Youíre a joke.

So you think Texas will be within 3 points even if the national popular vote is only Democrats + 3 or +4.

LMAO

Apparently you love embarrassing yourself. You probably predicted that Cruz would've won by 8-10% before the election, and you're already showing signs of being stupidly overconfident about 2020. You can keep typing "LMAO" until your grave; it won't make you any more correct.


My Prediction was Cruz by 6 or 7 but my House Prediction was Dem+28 so relatively to the national vote I think I came close .
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