For much of this campaign, I’ve been talking to voters around the country about which presidential candidate they prefer and which issues they care about. Asma Khalid, a politics reporter for NPR, has been doing the same thing. So we’ve teamed up for three conversations about those experiences, which are publishing in the FiveThirtyEight Elections podcast feed. In this, the final episode, we talk about some of the demographic groups that don’t lean heavily toward either major political party. In the previous installments, we tackled Republican– and Democratic-leaning groups.
Among the groups of voters we discuss in this episode are Vietnamese-Americans, suburban women and African-American millennials.
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