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Democrats are working overtime to discredit Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama, and one of their most coveted groups of voters is white, blue-collar working women.
But their efforts may be wasted as these women not seem to be concerned about the decades-old, unproven allegations against Moore.
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According to public and private polling in the race, Moore’s chances of winning depend on white women without a college education, CNN reported.
The first sentence of the story was blunt:
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“If Republican Roy Moore wins next week’s Senate special election in Alabama, it will be largely because of his support among women.”
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The network blamed the “Donald Trump era” for the growing divide between the political preferences of white-and blue-collar women voters.
CNN also noted that Democrats would be hard-pressed to win over many working-class and non-urban districts “unless they can convert more working-class white women.” Flipping these voters is proving to be more difficult than Democrats apparently anticipated.
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If Moore manages to win the election with the help of this minority, Democrats could face steeper challenges in blue-collar and non-urban areas.
Democrat efforts to bring Moore down have not succeeded because, as one unnamed Democrat told CNN, many blue-collar working women encounter “harassment” in everyday life, and deal with it.
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“It’s not a matter that some of these non-college-educated white women don’t think Moore did this, but there is a big part of them that don’t think it’s a big deal compared...
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