The left isn’t even hiding it anymore. They admit that the new racial demographics
helped Obama get reelected. White Americans are aging and refusing to have children to counter the transformation, as was foretold decades ago.
A demographic tidal wave became a Democratic tidal wave as President
Obama won a tight but decisive re-election victory Tuesday with the help
of record-breaking support from Hispanic voters, massive turnout from
African Americans and continuing enthusiasm from young Americans.
Although Republican nominee Mitt Romney won a larger share of the white vote than any presidential candidate since Ronald Reagan scored a landslide re-election victory in 1984, the former
Massachusetts governor ended up a loser at the polls because of the
racial, ethnic and generational changes that have altered the U.S.
Heavy African American turnout in Philadelphia, Detroit, Cleveland,
Cincinnati and Miami changed the dynamic in four battleground states. In
key swing states, Romney received just 1 percent of the African
American vote in Florida and 3 percent in Ohio and Virginia.
Latino voters, energized by tough Republican rhetoric on immigration,
voted Democratic by 69 percent to 30 percent, tipping the balance of
power in a string of states including Nevada, New Mexico and Iowa.