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How Broad, and How Happy, Is the Trump Coalition?

Nate Cohn & Alicia Parlapiano | August 9, 2018

There’s a popular portrait of a “Trump voter.” He’s a white man without a college degree, and so loyal that he would stick by Mr. Trump no matter what.

There’s a reason the stereotype exists: Mr. Trump’s strength among white working-class voters, particularly men, put him over the top in the decisive battleground states in 2016. And his approval ratings have been extremely steady, despite a year of controversial tweets and policy decisions. But it’s not the whole story.

Compare your perceptions with reality by answering two questions about the Trump coalition and how it has changed since the 2016 election:

What percent of Trump’s voters were white and did not have a college degree?

What percent of people who voted for Trump report having “warm” or “very warm” feelings toward him in 2018?

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FOR MOST TRUMP VOTERS, 'VERY WARM' FEELINGS FOR HIM ENDURED

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CATALIST JOINS FORCES WITH ATLAS PROJECT TOOLKIT

Press Release | June 4, 2018

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 CATALIST PARTNERS WITH LATINO DECISIONS TO PROVIDE NEW RESEARCH AND INSIGHTS FOR PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY

 | February 21, 2017

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KIDS AT BARACK OBAMA ELEMENTARY HAVE KNOWN ONLY ONE PRESIDENT. MANY FEAR THE NEXT.

 | January 18, 2017

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ONE COUNTY THRIVES. THE NEXT ONE OVER STRUGGLES. ECONOMISTS TAKE NOTE.

The gap between places doing well and those that aren’t is widening, and that’s a challenge for people trying to shape national policy.

Neil Irwin | June 29, 2018

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POLITICIANS CAN GET 'LOST IN TRANSLATION' WHEN ENGAGING LATINO VOTERS

Olivia P. Tallet | April 13, 2018

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HOW THE SKEWED DEMOGRAPHICS OF THE DONOR CLASS PULL OUR POLITICS TO THE RIGHT

 | February 8, 2017

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VIRGINIA 2017: CATALIST PARTNERS WITH WINVIRGINIA, VOTERCIRCLE, RELAY 

50 State Legislative Races Leveraged Catalist Data Through These Partnerships

December 12, 2017 | Washington, DC

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STUDIES: DEMOCRATIC POLITICIANS REPRESENT MIDDLE-CLASS VOTERS. GOP POLITICIANS DON'T.

Political scientists are finding an alarming pattern.

Dylan Matthews | Apr 2, 2018

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