Millennials now outnumber baby boomers, and they have the potential to affect elections for the next 35 years. Few of them voted in this election than did in 2012. NPR takes a look at how younger voters voted and what effect they had in the result this time around.
The GOP pulled out a surprising win largely on the strength of white working class voters, but not solely. NPR explores whether this represents a new winning coalition for that party and what might have happened to the Obama coalition.
Florida is home to many Democratic Latinos, but despite the growing Hispanic electorate, it remains highly competitive because it's also home to large numbers of conservative seniors. Many live in Sumter County in Florida, which has the oldest median age of any county in the country.
Ohio has long been considered the ultimate bellwether — and it's one of the most contested battleground states in the country. As Hillary Clinton pulls ahead in other key states, we'll look at why the race continues to be so tight there.
White women could be key in Ohio this year. They make up roughly 40 percent of all voters in the state. And in 2012 — as a bloc — they supported Republican Mitt Romney. But this year, many feel conflicted about the GOP nominee. We revisit women who were undecided when we last met them earlier in the campaign to see how they're leaning as Election Day nears.
Hillary Clinton campaigned Monday in Ohio, where she is facing unfavorable demographic trends as she tries to claim a state that President Obama won twice. But her major focus was a response to Donald Trump's tax story.
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