Anonymous Twitter dog @nycsouthpaw made an interesting observation on Friday.
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) December 2, 2016
According to a broad swath of popular understanding, Donald Trump will be the next president because he narrowly won three critical states — Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — powered by working class voters frustrated with economic intransigence.
But that’s not what exit polling shows in those states, to Southpaw’s point. Exit polls show Hillary Clinton winning a majority of the vote from people who told pollsters that the economy was the most important issue facing the country. What’s more, in each state, a majority of voters said that was the case. CONT.
Philip Bump, Washington Post