They Voted For Obama, Then Trump—Now What? : The NPR Politics Podcast Understanding the motivation of voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania is key to understand the 2016 coalition that allowed President Trump to notch a decisive electoral college victory. Is Joe Biden doing enough to draw that support back to the Democratic column?

This episode: political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, national political correspondent Don Gonyea, national political correspondent Mara Liasson, and political reporter Abigail Censkey of WKAR in Michigan.

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They Voted For Obama, Then Trump—Now What?

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They Voted For Obama, Then Trump—Now What?

They Voted For Obama, Then Trump—Now What?

They Voted For Obama, Then Trump—Now What?

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Understanding the motivation of voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania is key to understand the 2016 coalition that allowed President Trump to notch a decisive electoral college victory. Is Joe Biden doing enough to draw that support back to the Democratic column?

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