"The one significant demographic in which his support cratered compared to 2016 was among white men, who make up more than one-third of the electorate. Biden made an impressive 11 percentage point gain among white, college-educated men and a 6 percentage point gain among white, non-college educated men, supposedly Trump's core constituency.
Some might ascribe Biden's gains to the simple fact that he is male and Hillary Clinton is female. Or, to his Scranton birthplace, in America's old industrial heartland. Perhaps, men are more prone to think: "Kick the bum out," regardless of the bum's party.
Despite the massive women's rallies the day after Trump was inaugurated in 2017 and all the pre-election talk about white suburban women being key to Democrats' electoral hopes, the most important gender dynamic in this year's election occurred among white men."
"While median inflation-adjusted incomes for white men have gone up in the last two years, they were essentially the same during President Trump's first year and 1973 " 44 years of stagnant wages.
The latest CDC life expectancy statistics for white men " before COVID " show them dying at an earlier age than in 2014, although Black life expectancy remains lower.
Suicide rates among white men are three and a half times higher than for white women, and are significantly higher than among Blacks, Hispanics, and Asian Americans. By one key markers of social class, educational attainment, there is ample evidence that those with less than a college degree are more likely to be out of the labor force and in poor health."
There's lots more stats at the article link, but what's apparent is that all lives matter, and that policymakers need to make sure that more issues are addressed... and well explained .