I started by asking two questions: Who is supporting Trump? Why are they supporting him? A recent Gallup study aimed to address the first question. One might think that Trump’s supporters stating concerns over immigration laws have been adversely affected by immigration. In fact, many of his supporters live in the country’s least ethnically diverse regions with the lowest immigration rates. On reflection this makes sense, given the fear tactics that Trump is trying to instill. If you have not seen the impact of immigration, then you are more likely to fear it. Sound familiar? Londoners, who are amongst the most exposed to ethnic and cultural diversity in the UK, disproportionately voted remain during the Brexit casting.
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