White women destroyed Hillary


In each ethnic group, women “paralleled” their menfolk in their level of support for Clinton. In particular, white women followed men in voting in relatively low numbers for Hillary. Notice that Latino men (despite their reputation for machismo) easily outvoted white women when it came to supporting Hillary.

The take-home message is that race was more important than sex. Given their numbers and their much-touted pivotal role, one could argue that it was white women in particular who destroyed Hillary’s chances.

I have a sneaking suspicion that white women had a “moment of clarity” and remembered that white men “pay the bills” in America and keep the country running. And they voted in accordance with that reality.


6 responses to this post.

  1. Notice how well Trump did among Hispanics. Quite a surprise to me given his “build the wall” rhetoric. He also did much better than either Romney or McCain among blacks.

    Don’t really like the guy, but there may be more to him than I’d guessed.


  2. Posted by fuzziewuzziebear on November 17, 2016 at 4:39 pm

    While some are saying that women were secretly attracted to Donald Trump, I think that it is more hubris on Hillary’s part. She presumed that she owned women’s vote because she is a woman and she had the full support of feminists. I hope that it is that American women are tired of feminists.


  3. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 18, 2016 at 2:51 am

    Vox Day on The Reality of Identity.

    “Note that the majority of white women voted for Trump. Less than one-third of non-white women did. This indicates that feminism and female suffrage, for all that they are a serious problem, are actually less dyscivic than diversity.”


    • No actually it doesn’t. That’s just bullshit. Take away women’s vote and we wouldn’t have had a democrat president in many decades. And 52% is BARELY half. Not to mention that Hillary is so hated by so many that this isn’t really a surprise. The Democrats picked the very worst possible candidate so it doesn’t shock me.

      What some people don’t seem to get is that we wouldn’t have gotten in this mess in the first place if it wasn’t for pandering to women like giving them the vote.


  4. Posted by Julian O'Dea on November 19, 2016 at 8:07 am

    And another view:


    That is, another perspective is that Democrat voters simply tended not to vote because Hillary was an uninspiring candidate.


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