November 10, 2016

No, it wasn’t the “white vote”: Trump’s big gains with blacks, Hispanics, women, youth, poor

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

The mainstream media told us that Donald Trump was racist and sexist, and that young people and minorities and women just loved Hillary Clinton.

Let me show you what the reality was — and I’m going to use an impeccable liberal source, namely the New York Times.

I'm using their official exit poll data, from the National Election Pool, which interviewed more than 24,000 voters at 350 locations. It’s not perfect information, but it’s the best we have.

This data is contrary to the last 12 months of propaganda you’ve heard from the mainstream media.

WATCH my video as I break down these numbers in more detail. 

Here's a quick summary:

Hillary Clinton won the women’s vote, 54 per cent to 42 per cent. But she only did 1 per cent better than Barack Obama did with women. So the entire Hillary Clinton rationale — I’m a woman, let’s make history, hey fellow women, if you don’t vote for me you’re a traitor to your sex — it only resulted in a 1 per cent gain. 

Trump won 58 per cent of the white vote, to Clinton’s 37 per cent. Sounds huge, but actually, pretty normal these days. And look again — it’s only 1 per cent higher than what Romney got.

In other words, it wasn’t enough to win.

Let me say that again:

Donald Trump’s support amongst white Americans only went up by one per cent, and if that were the only boost he got, he would have lost the election.

Donald Trump won because he had big gains with minorities.

Starting with black voters, he was up to 8 per cent from Romney's one per cent. Of course, the Democrats still dominate black voters, but that shift is a major breakthrough.

The media told us Trump was a vicious anti-Latino bigot. Really? 29 per cent of Latinos didn’t think so. Maybe Hispanics who legally immigrated to America and became American citizens the proper way don’t like illegals sneaking over, including, as Trump accurately said, criminals.

Look at the youngest voters — 18 to 29. The Millennials. Sure, they voted more for Clinton than for Trump. But Trump’s numbers are 5 per cent higher than Romney got. 

Look at the poorest Americans of all — people earning less than $30,000 a year. That’s unemployed, that’s barely employed, that’s part time jobs, that’s people having a really tough go of things.

And of all the numbers I’ve shown you so far, it’s the one with the biggest shift.

Sure, the Democrats still won the poorest of the poor, 53 per cent to 41 per cent. But while Mitt Romney got only got 25 per cent of these people. Trump got 41 per cent. That’s almost half.

Poor people and minorities gave this election to Trump.

Not rich white people — white college grads abandoned Trump, and 10 per cent swung to Clinton. All the rich, fancy, liberal, virtue-signalling people, they voted Hillary to show how wonderful they are. Actual poor people, actual blacks and Hispanics, young people worried about the future — they gave this election to Donald Trump.

Hey, do me a favour. Share this video with your friends.

They’re probably watching CNN right now, and hearing that Trump won because of racism. You’ve got to tell them to stop listening to the mainstream media who have been lying to them the whole time.


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commented 2016-11-11 17:27:58 -0500
Pathetic lefties getting hysterical over the election as if the world is going to end. It shows how disingenuous these people are. Get a life!
commented 2016-11-11 16:38:15 -0500
commented 2016-11-11 14:34:38 -0500
Great news America !! These numbers directly from CNN….
You are not as racist as the main stream media, CNN. MSN, MSNBC, and certain pundits out there want you to think.
After breaking down the numbers, it’s pretty clear that if anything, it corrected in an opposite fashion, and the biggest difference was actually….wait for it…..the Black vote.

The media declares that, despite the fact that the White vote was 2% higher for Obama, and 1% lower for Trump, that Trump won because he awakened some kind of a sleeping racism in White people. The Black vote, on the other hand, was down 5% for Clinton, and up 2% for Trump, and the Latino vote was down 6% for Clinton, and up 2% for Trump. This while the overall percentage of the White vote dropped by 2 full percentage points.

The numbers for the Black vote went from 93-6 Obama, to 88-8 Clinton. Combine that with the fact that the overall Black vote dropped from 13-14% of the overall, to 12% of the overall, and you can see from the table that it translates to somewhere between 1.7-2.5 real percentage points of the overall vote.

Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Florida all went to Trump by 1.5 % or less.

As for the overall racial breakdown, the White percentage of the overall was down 2 points, Black was down 1, while the Asian and Hispanic percentages were up by 1 each.

But, but, but….voter ID laws squelched the Black vote, right?
Nope… matched their overall percentage of the voting age population…’s just that they turned out in higher percentage to their overall population percentage for Obama.

So, the numbers pretty much tell the story, and the racial rhetoric is just that. The only thing they have left to say is “…we defined Trump as a racist, and since you voted for him, you must be a racist too…” The numbers show that the “races” just didn’t buy it.

All these numbers, by the way, are easily available on CNN’s election result website.
commented 2016-11-11 11:44:01 -0500
For change we need to get the word out to more outlets than just the Rebel, as good as it is, it just won’t reach enough people and don’t even think about facebook as your opinion will be usurped and disallowed, all other comment sections in Canadian papers are filtered by left wing sources and disallowed.

What could be done as a start and a show of strength in #’s, and to let the individual Canadian know that they are not alone, is set up sites in each Canadian Province where like minded people can go and put their name on the dotted line to let the powers that be know we have no confidence in the present sitting Government.

Peaceful and effective, that is what we need.

This is our right of freedom of speech.

What say you Canadians?
commented 2016-11-11 11:22:25 -0500
Great words Judy, lets hope people listen.
commented 2016-11-11 10:54:34 -0500
The only real solution is for Conservatives to fight in their daily trenches…how? Refuse to be politically indoctrinated into speaking as you are required to speak, thinking as you are required to think and doing as you are required to do…by the left. We must stop being silent. I admit it was a good Trojan Horse for the American Election to be the silent majority, but why are they silent? Because it is dangerous NOT TO BE….isn’t that enough proof that we are living in a fascist state? If you don’t live as they require you WILL lose your job, find yourself before the courts..they will stoop at nothing to silence you…we are an imprisoned people and we have just gotten used to it…NOW THAT WE HAVE WON A SIGNAL VICTORY AGAINST THE FASCIST LEFT IT IS TIME TO REFUSE THEIR TACTICS AND FIGHT THEM ON EVERY FRONT…AS INDIVIDUALS (BECAUSE THAT IS THE HALLMARK OF THERIGHTBUT WE MUST SWEAR TO SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER FROM NOW ON WHEN WE ARE UNDER THEIR FASCIST GUNS…We are the Underground of the Right…the Freedom Underground!
commented 2016-11-11 09:55:47 -0500
The college crowd have been infected with left wing socialist ideology for decades. That is why the Ivy League states in the NE plus California are always to the left . It is all about how and what students are taught. Billions of dollars in school endowments from rich, successful Americans have been used to create an educational system that works to destroy the very people who feed the endowments with cash. Fortunately, voters had a simple choice: “Do I vote for a big-mouth or a crook?” and they deemed criminality to be worse than outrageous manners. When I got a recent alumni letter about how my college was now promoting a politically-correct agenda I told them to unsubscribe me and no further contact was desired on my part. Until their endowment cash dries up they will keep pushing this leftist agenda.
commented 2016-11-11 07:23:07 -0500
Mainstream Media wisecracks, You have most your median sense, you are the joke of November, quit politicking, propaganda and stick to reporting. Or sell popcorn, we have stopped buying newspapers.
commented 2016-11-11 07:19:42 -0500
In spite of everything in the Crooks handbook done against him Trump won.
commented 2016-11-11 03:55:10 -0500
How nice. The oppressed finally learned that the left does not give a shit about them.
commented 2016-11-11 01:35:10 -0500
Trump got more of the Cuban vote, they know that communism is hell.
commented 2016-11-11 00:15:22 -0500
Oh let the left play their race card, it is all they really have it seems. They play it so damn much you would think that is all they have in their deck.
commented 2016-11-10 23:25:05 -0500
80% of the Evangelical vote was for Trump.
52% of the Catholic vote was for Trump.
Not very good for Catholics, especially when two out of the three Catholics (Biden and Kaine) are confused on what Catholicism really is. Notice, there were Catholics as vice president. Says many things, in many ways.
commented 2016-11-10 20:34:31 -0500
A wide demographic who see they are doing far worse than they were 8 years ago got out to vote for what they saw as the only hope – given Clinton was widely advertised as being a 3rd Obama term ( a insidiously stupid and arrogant tactic by Dem spinner which I believe to have had negative impact on their target groups) lots of people realized another Obama term would be an economic wipe out for them - many were barely meeting living needs and paying stagering costs in medical insurance – increased taxing wiped out any wage gains made and the compromised public safety due ot lapsed security pretty much summed up the swing voter’s motives
commented 2016-11-10 16:58:00 -0500
It’s completely unsurprising that Trump made major gains with the poor and minorities. This is because the poor are hurt the most by today’s neo-communist policies. When waves of Islamic welfare cheats and illegal Mexicans hit US shores, especially when they are accorded special treatment and VIP handouts, the poor who rely on social programs are forced to compete with these hostile freeloaders for assistance and housing. Working class people and minorities are hit with tax increases to pay for these surplus immigrants, and both groups have to compete with these interlopers for jobs. Their very presence also drives wages and work standards to the basement. The only ones who want them around are elites like the Clinton Cartel and Soros, who profit when wages are driven down, and whose “world order” agenda of causing chaos and halving the human population in the west is carried out by their lawless Islamic immigrants.

After a few years of “Sunni Ways” in Canada, the same groups, which are already taking a pounding economically thanks to Jihadi Justin’s pets, will be voting for someone less “Sunni” in the next Canadian election – assuming there is one.
commented 2016-11-10 15:09:47 -0500
A trump win is so sweet, now let’s get enough people in Canada to do the same up here. That’s if you could fined enough people with a lick of sense to do that.
commented 2016-11-10 15:09:47 -0500
A trump win is so sweet, now let’s get enough people in Canada to do the same up here. That’s if you could fined enough people with a lick of sense to do that.
commented 2016-11-10 15:04:24 -0500
Trump isn’t a career criminal like Killary! And most importantly, his morals and integrity are not for sale at any price. Killary sold political favours to America’s enemies, for political influence and financial gain.
commented 2016-11-10 14:55:01 -0500