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And nearly half agreed with the statement, “things have changed so much that I often feel like a stranger in my own country.” Together, these variables were strong indictors of support for Trump: 79 percent of white working-class voters who had these anxieties chose Trump, while only 43 percent of white working-class voters who did not share one or both of these fears cast their vote the same way. Contrary to popular narratives, only a small portion—just 27 percent—of white working-class voters said they favor a policy of identifying and deporting immigrants who are in the country illegally.Among the people who did share this belief, Trump was wildly popular: 87 percent of them supported the president in the 2016 election.Nearly two-thirds of the white working class say American culture has gotten worse since the 1950s.Finally, 54 percent of white working-class Americans said investing in college education is a risky gamble, including 61 percent of white working-class men.
He won college-educated white voters by a four-point margin over Hillary Clinton, according to exit polls.
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But the analysis also isolated a handful of other factors that drove white working-class voters—ones that defy post-election tropes.
Controlling for other demographic variables, three factors stood out as strong independent predictors of how white working-class people would vote. Sixty-eight percent of white working-class voters said the American way of life needs to be protected from foreign influence.