Wednesday , April 14 2021

Mississippi runoff: The 2015's last Senate race

Yet, Hyde-Smith's win and the (relatively little) It's down to the Mississippi race.

1. The result is a blue wave climate.

Mississippi is a really red state. President Donald Trump won't be 18 points of 2016. So he said that a Senate seat in the Mississippi. Rather, we'd expect them to come closer than Hillary Clinton did in 2016. That's exactly what happened.

Senate races is a Hyde-Smith winner of about 7 percentage points points. That's right around the margin.

2. Hyde-Smith's comments probably hurt

Back to the Democracy and the Democracy for the Democrats 42% of the vote. In our hyper-polarized political climate, you'd expect Hyde-Smith to be able to capture the Republican votes. Remember every Republican opponent in the US?

Instead, Espy gained about 5 points. His years in the Democratic Senate candidate for 30 years.

3. Trump helped Republicans in 2018 Senate races

It's not quite clear. Hyde-Smith

Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith wins Mississippi US Senate runoff amateur racial controversies
An RRH Elections live interview polls called 56% of runoff voters. (A Marist College poll last month had 56% of all voters.) Tonight's results.
Put into the larger picture Senate picture, Republicans. There are no posts in the United States because they had to be out of 2018. They also held onto the two Republican seats in Mississippi and Tennessee.

4. Democrats future non-rural areas

The big story of election was 2018. The exit polls reveal they won't see a 20 point margin in the 2018 House vote.

Mississippi The state ranks 49th.

Additionally, Democrats did very well in the urban and suburban areas. It's completely urban.

Mississippi, though, ranks in the top 5 for living in a rural area.

5. Doug Jones' Alabama Victory

A lot of Democrats had hoped that the deep red state of Mississippi would turn out to be deep red state in Alabama.

Jones' opponent, Roy Moore, was disliked to come into the election. He is considerably underperformed in a state supreme court. Hyde-Smith won 61% of the vote in every prior year. The accusations of sexual misconduct against Moore were the final straw, while Hyde-Smith had room to spare.
Trump's rating rating is probably about 6 points.

2020. If its approval rating is not valid, then it will be lost in deep red areas. If it drops, a Trump defeat will be brought down by Deep South.

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