How changing U.S. demographics have reshaped the electorate since 2016

How changing U.S. demographics have reshaped the electorate since 2016

Election season is in full swing, and President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are both on the campaign trail. How have shifting demographics and an increasingly diverse voter base altered the electoral landscape since 2016? NPR’s Domenico Montanaro joins Judy Woodruff to discuss population changes in competitive states and declining support for Trump among suburban voters.

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