Reporter - You have something there. Let me correct something here. Here you go:
Can Democrats Win Back the White Working Class?https://centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/can-democrats-win-back-the-white-working-class/
None of the exit polls I search had anything about blue collar workers or the working class regardless of race. But they had union households
Prior to 2012 the Democratic Presidential candidate averaged 62% of the union household vote. In 2012 that fell to 58%, 2016 down to 51% and rebounded to 56% in 2020https://www.cnn.com/election/2020/exit-polls/president/national-resultshttps://www.cnn.com/election/2016/results/exit-pollshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_United_States_presidential_election#Voter_demographicshttps://www.nytimes.com/elections/2008/results/president/national-exit-polls.html
It seems the white working class is deserting the Democrats; the Democrats are picking up the white college educated. Those with college degrees were once solid Republican. Those with a High School degree or less, once a Democratic Party bastion is now going Republican. Change is constant. Even minorities aren’t voting as Democratic as they use to. Trump in 2020 received 12% of the black vote, that doesn’t sound much. But one must go back to Gerald Ford, 1976 when a Republican presidential nominee received more than Trump’s 12%. Ford received 15% then. Trump received 32% of the Hispanic vote. Outside of G.W. Bush’s 40% in 2004, that is the most for a Republican presidential nominee since Reagan in 1984 when he received 37%. Trump in 2020 received 34% of the Asian vote, more than Romney and more than McCain. G.W. Bush received 42% in 2004. Bush also received 11% of the black vote that year. Not a bad showing for a Republican.