I guess the big takeaway is libs want this. Crime, inflation, runaway homelessness & drug addiction, replacement migration. We all sort of assumed they would recoil at the brink. But no, they were like "Yes, this is what I voted for."— Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry (@pegobry) November 9, 2022
It is always dangerous to look at exit polls.
We will have to wait for validated voter surveys to find out for sure how different groups swung Republican or Democrat in the midterms. What do the exit polls say though?
No surprise here.
83% of White evangelical Christians voted Republican.
58% of people who attend religious services once a week or occasionally voted Republican. 66% of those who never attend religious services voted for Democrats.
Republicans got 58% of the White vote.
60% of Hispanics and 86% of blacks voted Democrat. This appears to be down.
Democrats won 53% of Latino men, 82% of black men and 35% of White men. From what I have seen in previous elections, this is a massive decline in support among non-White men.
Republicans won 2/3rds of White working class voters and split White college educated voters nearly 50/50. This appears to be better than expected among White college graduates.
Educated White women voted Democrat.
There is a huge education divide between Ambers and Karens.