America's black population is concentrated in the deep south. It is there that most black votes were casts. Southern states, however, went to Mitt Romney meaning blacks who voted for Obama had no impact on the election's outcome.
The implications are:
• The Electoral College effectively cancelled most black votes.
Black voters is deep-south states had virtually no impact on the election. These states include NC, SC, GA, AL, MS, LA, TN, AR and TX. Virginia was the lone exception with Florida's final count too close to call.
• White voters can cancel black voters.
• White liberals, not black voters, are responsible for Obama's win.
One could draw the conclusion that white who live among large numbers of blacks were compelled to vote against Obama, while whites in states with lower percentages of black residents were more likely to embraces media-induced positive stereotypes of blacks and support liberal black candidates.
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