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Someone break it down for me. How many will vote for which candidate, and what might those demographics might be. I can see black Americans voting for Booker in droves just as they did for Obama, in a possible fact, black voter turnout was at it's highest in 2008 and in 2012, was it not?
I can see possibly about 33% of young voters, like millennials voting for Sanders, and I can see about 33% of older whites voting for Biden, and maybe 33% undecided or staying at home and letting trump win again, but forget the percentages, worry about the other element, the electoral college, which gave trump a win in 2016.
Too many D candidates, not enough likability to win.
I will admit Booker is a likable person, he seems to say things that make him a viable contender.
"Fully 96 percent of black voters supported Obama and constituted 13 percent of the electorate, a 2-percentage-point rise in their national turnout. As in past years, black women turned out at a higher rate than black men. A stunning 54 percent of young white voters supported Obama, compared with 44 percent who went for McCain, the senator from Arizona."