What’s the matter with Hispanics? Democrats want to know

What’s the matter with Hispanics? Democrats want to know
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[Ed. – The explanation is simple: Hispanics are more likely to respond to economic issues than identity politics. Even if Democrats succeed in making America a one-state country, they may have a tougher time than they imagined keeping the ‘peasants’ happy.]

To no one’s surprise, a majority — 63 percent — of Hispanics voted for Joe Biden for president on November 3. Yet the Hispanic vote still has the pundit world in a tizzy. About a third of them decided that the man who spent four years insulting their Spanish-speaking homelands and landsmen was preferable to a diversity-embracing opponent with a fondness for the Latin pop hit “Despacito” and a textbook-perfect intersectional running mate.

In truth, Donald Trump improved his percentage of the Hispanic vote by only four points over his showing against Hillary Clinton 2016, but even that modest gain befuddled most everyone embracing—or resigned to—the “emerging Democratic majority.” Hispanics were supposed to be redrawing the electoral map by turning Florida and Texas blue; instead, Biden carried Miami Dade county by only seven points compared with Clinton’s 30-point win. …

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