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Atlantic: Many Trump Voters Have Never Left Their Hometown

Your daily disparagement from your "elite" superiors working drudgey jobs cranking out clickbait for online websites. According to the just-released PRRI/The Atlantic poll, 40 percent of Donald Trump?s likely voters live in the community where they spent their youth, compared...
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