Reporter - You have something there. Let me correct something here. Here you go:

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 2020

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.

It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.