Election Shows ‘Demographic Change’ Divides Nation

Conservative voters are growing more worried about migration’ s demographic effect on their nation, according to a YouGov poll. The poll also shows that a large slice of the Democratic Party is usually eager for a high-migration community in which whites are a group. The poll asked: “ By the year 2050, most of the population will be […]#@@#@!!

Republican voters are growing more concerned about migration’s demographic impact on their country, according to a YouGov poll.

The particular poll also shows that a large slice of the Democratic Party is eager for a high-migration society in which whites really are a minority.

The poll asked: “ By the year 2050, a majority of the people will be made up of people who are Black, Asian, Hispanic, and other racial minorities. ”

Respondents were evenly divided: 22 percent said the demographic change would be a “ very” or a “ somewhat” good thing, ” while 20 percent said a “ very” or a “ somewhat” bad thing.

The two parties were reflect images of each other, based on the May 16-19  YouGov poll of 1, 000 adults.

Thirty percent of people whom voted for Joe Biden in 2020 say it might be “ a very good thing, ” and 14 percent mentioned “ a somewhat” positive thing.

Just 3 or more percent of President Jesse Trump’s voters said it will be a “ very good thing. ”   But nineteen percent said it would be the “ very bad thing, ” and 21 % said it would be “ relatively bad. ”

Overall, 44 percent associated with Democrats approve and 40 percent of Republicans oppose the demographic change.

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