Not Rockin' the Suburbs

Source: The New York Times - View Original Article
Published: Jul 20, 2020
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68% Liberal


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98% "In 2018, the suburbs powered the Democratic takeover of the House, flipping key districts blue."
96% "Email us at onpolitics@nytimes.com."
90% "Mr. Trump is warning suburbanites that federal rules will flood their neighborhoods with diverse populations, spiking crime rates and bringing in the kind of chaos they saw depicted on right-wing media during the protests last month."
89% "The suburbs are the political bellwether of our time."
79% "Those shifting dynamics seem lost on the Trump campaign."
78% "Support staff?"
70% "For real America -- or at least politically significant America -- forget about the cows."
66% "Anything you want to see more of?"
60% "These numbers indicate some serious political erosion for the president."
59% " They are absolutely determined to eliminate single-family zoning, destroy the value of houses and communities already built, just as they have in Minneapolis and other locations, he said, during his event at the White House on Thursday."
50% "It's Mr. Trump's politics that haven't. Drop us a line!"
-62% "But as the country's views on race have shifted, the suburbs have changed."
-70% "Several years ago, during one of my quadrennial visits to the Iowa State Fair, I was taking a break by the cow pen when a political strategist happened to wander over."
-71% "Badly. Sign up here to get On Politics in your inbox every weekday."
-81% "And if they do get Covid-19, which they will -- and they will when they go to school -- they're not going to the hospitals."

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98% : In 2018, the suburbs powered the Democratic takeover of the House, flipping key districts blue.
96% : A new ABC News/Washington Post poll released this weekend shows Joe Biden leading Mr. Trump in the suburbs by a margin of nine points.
96% : Email us at onpolitics@nytimes.com. ...
96% : Email us at onpolitics@nytimes.com.
94% : On Politics is also available as a newsletter.
90% : Mr. Trump is warning suburbanites that federal rules will flood their neighborhoods with "diverse" populations, spiking crime rates and bringing in the kind of chaos they saw depicted on right-wing media during the protests last month.
89% : The suburbs are the political bellwether of our time.
89% : The suburbs are the political bellwether of our time.
88% : Latest Updates:
88% : But the composition of the suburbs is also changing, becoming more economically and racially diverse.
88% : The president and his operation spent much of the last week warning of a Democratic plan to "abolish our beautiful and successful suburbs.
84% : "Your home will go down in value, and crime rates will rapidly rise."
83% : The home of "real America"?
83% : See more updates
82% : And right now, President Trump is losing them.
82% : And right now, President Trump is losing them.
79% : Those shifting dynamics seem lost on the Trump campaign.
78% : Have a comment?
78% : Support staff?
76% : "Getting a taste of real America?
76% : Trump suggests he'll send federal forces into New York and Chicago to quell unrest.
75% : They're going to go home
74% : We want to hear from our readers.
72% : Have a question?
71% : We'd love to hear from you.
70% : For "real America" -- or at least politically significant America -- forget about the cows.
68% : The history of this kind of racial attack dates to the era of white flight and civil rights.
66% : " he cracked, in the way that some of his kind love to taunt journalists -- particularly those of us from The New York Times.
66% : Anything you want to see more of?
65% : Parents?
64% : In 2016, suburbs powered his victory, with exit polls showing he won them by four points.
63% : In 1992, 1996 and 2008 -- all three, Democratic wins.
62% : Seems like the doctors may have some views on this one ... Thanks for reading.
62% : On Politics is your guide to the political news cycle, delivering clarity from the chaos.
61% : Or maybe a Costco.
61% : Another survey, also released this weekend, by Fox News found an 11-point advantage for the former vice president.
61% : Other adults?
60% : These numbers indicate some serious political erosion for the president.
59% : " "They are absolutely determined to eliminate single-family zoning, destroy the value of houses and communities already built, just as they have in Minneapolis and other locations," he said, during his event at the White House on Thursday.
58% : Part of the leftward shift stems from the voting preferences of college-educated women, whose dislike for the president has been well-documented.
58% : (In the Washington Post/ABC News poll, Mr. Biden leads by a whopping 24 points among suburban women and just four points among suburban men.)
58% : Seriously "These kids have got to get back to school," Gov. Mike Parson of Missouri said on a St. Louis radio show last Friday.
58% : Sign up here to get it delivered to your inbox.
57% : Mr. Trump won the suburbs of North Carolina by 24 points, according to 2016 exit polls.
56% : In fact, Republicans have lost the suburbs only three times since 1980:
56% : We'll try to answer it.
52% : Probably a Panera Bread.
52% : About 40 percent of Americans live in suburban districts, according to an analysis of congressional districts by CityLab, and about four in 10 of them aren't white.
50% : And during the 2020 primaries, Mr. Biden powered his Super Tuesday victories with big margins in the suburbs.
50% : The dog isn't whistling with this one, he's barking really, really loud.
50% : It's Mr. Trump's politics that haven't. Drop us a line!
49% : He's now losing them by 21 points, according to a Fox News poll taken last month.
49% : and they're going to get over it.
47% : A year later, suburbanites helped Democrats win governors' mansions in reliably Republican Kentucky and Louisiana and flip both houses of the Virginia legislature.
46% : Mr. Trump was touting his effort to roll back an Obama-era rule that expands provisions in the Fair Housing Act to encourage diversification and "foster inclusive communities.
43% : In Florida, a state that was expected to favor Mr. Trump, a 10-point advantage in 2016 exit polls is now a six-point deficit.
38% : Ditch those clichés of diners, tractors and gritty Rust Belt men.
38% : But as the country's views on race have shifted, the suburbs have changed.
34% : Honestly, if you've been following politics during the Trump era, none of this erosion comes as much of a shock.
34% : They're not going to have to sit in doctors' offices.
31% : What about teachers?
30% : Several years ago, during one of my quadrennial visits to the Iowa State Fair, I was taking a break by the cow pen when a political strategist happened to wander over.
29% : Badly. Sign up here to get On Politics in your inbox every weekday.
28% : In some states, Mr. Trump is currently looking at double-digit deficits.
27% : Is there anything you think we're missing?
25% : We're all ears.
24% : Top Democrats request an F.B.I. briefing on a foreign plot to target Congress and interfere in the 2020 election.
22% : Even in those races, the G.O.P. candidate lost by no more than five points.
21% : 2020 Election Updated 2020-07-20T22:01:35.627Z Georgia Democrats choose Nikema Williams, the state party chairwoman, to succeed John Lewis in the House.
19% : And if they do get Covid-19, which they will -- and they will when they go to school -- they're not going to the hospitals.
15% : Those trends will probably be strengthened by the coronavirus, as city dwellers able to work remotely flee to places with more space and cheaper houses.
14% : "They're at the lowest risk possible.

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