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realclearworld

Pssst…Wanna see who’s responsible for the results of this election?….

homer

..... and  who needs to be reached by Republicans the next time around?

From Buzzfeed

What The 2012 Election Would Have Looked Like Without Certain Voters

Barack Obama has been elected to the presidency twice by a coalition of women, minorities, and young voters.  No doubt about it, Republicans need to win these votes if they hope to ever regain the White House.

Map 1: Here's how the election would have looked if women, hispanics, asians, and blacks were excluded.

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Map 2:   This map excludes women, but includes hispanic, asian, and black men.

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Map 3: This  map that shows only "white" men and women voters (in other words, includes "white" women, but excludes all hispanics, asians, and blacks).

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Map 4: Here is what the election would have looked like without voters between the ages of 18 and 24.

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For a map of the real election and  a lot of liberal gloating go here.

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