It was a proclamation that American voters took to heart: 2020 is the most important election of our lifetime.
Early vote numbers suggest that Tuesday’s political content will be the highest turnout presidential election in more than a century. Remarkable considering we are in the midst of a global pandemic.
Experts predict it could be several days to several weeks before Americans know the final results, but one thing is clear: Joseph R. Biden Jr. already has a key demographic in his “win” column. That demographic is the “Karen” vote.
Roughly 60% of people named “Karen” are voting for Joe Biden in the 2020 election, according to a collection of data gathered by the New York Times and Siena College.
What kind of impact will this have on the 2020 election? And with more and more members of the Black community openly voting for Republicans than in years past, will the Karens of the country be the all-new target of Democrats’ pathetic political pandering?
WIBC’s Jason Hammer and “The Kyle Wells” examine the data in the clip below.