Let's see. There are 60 million people who live in rural America. There is an average of 1.9 kids in the average household, meaning there are app 31,000,000 voters in rural areas.
In 2016, 61.2% of Americans voted, so of the 31 million adults in rural areas, that would be 18 million.
Even if they all voted for Trump, which is unlikely, and Trump got 63 million votes, that means 45 million had to have come from urban and suburban areas and elected Trump.
Next time, don't use Democratic math, GTBRITISHSKULL.
#41 | Posted by goatman at 2019-10-14 04:52 PM
Bernie just had a heart attack. Warren is only eight years younger than Bernie. First-time voters came of age in the time of the Internet. Your cited statistics are likely not relevant.
For the nonce I identify as a Northern European Socialist, rather than a Stalinist Socialist; with an MBA, so I have to cast my lot with Warren.