DAILYKENN.com --White America is receding into an abyss of Third-World depravity. The media boasts of their accomplishments unaware or uncaring that about 97 percent of advancements in arts and sciences occurred in Western nations. When white people are displaced, innovative life enhancements will also be displaced.
91 percent of voters in 1990 were white. 72 percent were white twenty-eight years later in 2018. As America turns browner it turns bluer.
What will the ratio be 28 years from today, in the 2046 election?
Could it be that Donald Trump's legacy with be the death rattle of white America?
From abcnews.com ▼
In many ways, two Americas voted Tuesday: One that is large, white, and shrinking; another that’s far smaller, more racially, ethnically and culturally diverse -– and growing inexorably.
Look back a generation: 91 percent of voters in 1990 were white. Tuesday, 72 percent were white, the fewest on record for midterms in exit polls dating to 1982. Twenty-eight percent were nonwhite -– triple the level 28 years ago.
Within-group results, notably by age, widen the picture. Among this week’s voters age 65 and older, 82 percent were white. Among 18- to 29-year-olds, that fell to 56 percent. Blacks, Hispanics, Asians and those of other or mixed racial or ethnic backgrounds accounted for 44 percent of the youngest voters.
This doesn’t chiefly represent higher turnout among nonwhites; it reflects the fact that there simply are more of them in the nation’s younger population. Demographics rule: As time progresses and the older cohort moves on to the big polling station in the sky, diversity will rise.
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