Multiply those numbers and you get 18.25% of voters are white liberals. Since whites were 71% of voters in 2016, that means about 26% of all white voters are liberals.
Hillary Clinton won 37% of the white vote, vs 57% for Trump. 6% for other candidates.
So, does that mean that only 11% of whites who voted and who aren’t liberals, still voted for the democratic candidate? Pretty much any white person who isn’t a liberal is a republican now?
Am I reading this wrong, or has the GOP managed to win virtually all white voters except white liberals?
If so, is there any more room for the GOP to gain among white voters? Can they pull that remaining 11% of voters who are white, not liberals, and who still voted democrat?
Can democrats win if the only white voters they have are liberals, and all other whites (the other 3/4 of them) are mostly all republicans?