|Washington Post graphic; click on the image to enlarge it.|
That led Philip Bump pf The Washington Post to examine whether nonwhite rural residents tended to vote Republican, like most rural people, or Democratic, like most nonwhite people, in the 2016 presidential election. His reasoning, through which he guides us, is a fascinating feat of data wrangling. Click here to read more.
His conclusion? Nonwhite rural voters were far more likely to vote Democratic than Republican, as shown by the chart.