Trump becoming the new president pleased a lot of Americans, and also shocked many others. His votes were the highest in rural areas, while Clintons votes were higher in the metropolitan areas. They people who were said to have voted for and supported Trump were among those who are lower and middle class. The upper class seemed to favor and vote for Clinton.
- The reasons for this discrepancy is probably best explained by exploring the huge economic and demographic differences in these two environments.
- Bloomberg has created a series of maps visualizing how different demographic groups voted across America.
- In The Voters Who Gave Trump the White House the New York Times has mapped where Donald Trump surpassed Mitt Romney in America.
“Bloomberg has created a series of maps visualizing how different demographic groups voted across America.”