FIRST ON YOUTUBE TO REVEAL THIS STATE-SPECIFIC CONNECTION by layering THREE data points on top of one another for FIVE battleground states in this video. In the interests of time, the focus in this video was limited to FIVE swing states – FL, PA, MI, WI, OH.
I’ve been analyzing a lot of data and recent trends, and uncovered a connection, which may be a BIG coincidence.
In this video, I explore the ‘trifecta’ link between:
1. The current extent of the outbreak
2. The $600/week unemployment benefit (and it’s unequal benefit)
3. Past electoral results including the 2016 election
… with a specific focus on FIVE swing states – Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Ohio.
I also explain:
1. Red States versus Blue States
2. Swing States
3. Trifecta Link in Blue States (Connection Between the Surge, $600/week Unemployment & Past Electoral Data)
These swing states – Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio were win by President Trump in 2016.
These states are also known as ‘battleground’ states with Florida being the BIG ONE with 29 electoral votes. Remember, 270 electoral votes are needed to win the White House in the general election.
Some interesting information about the 2016 election results:
Florida – swing state, went red in 2016
Pennsylvania – traditionally blue, went red in 2016
Michigan – traditionally blue, went red in 2016
Wisconsin – traditionally blue, went red in 2016
Ohio – swing state, went red in 2016
Many blue states voted for the same party for (at least) the four presidential elections prior to 2016. In fact, many Democratic states had gone blue since at least 1992.
President Trump won the 2016 presidential election by taking 100 electoral votes from this ‘blue wall’ and flipping them. Therefore, the 2016 presidential election shook up the electoral map.
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