FiveThirtyEight interviews voter Andrew Bolt | FiveThirtyEight

FiveThirtyEight interviews voter (or non-voter) Andrew Bolt about his views on the 2020 election.
3:24 | 10/24/20

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Transcript for FiveThirtyEight interviews voter Andrew Bolt | FiveThirtyEight
You. Major polls I am 29 years old I'm from Atlanta Georgia. That's our look now. It's on from from George my parents are conservative. Most people I grew up around it felt like for five more conservative. I gripped in a suburb of Atlanta. So I definitely feel like Eileen probably conservative. After two days the majority my Frederick when class let themselves as liberal like very very left leaning. Such as funny maybe to nature of you know working in corporate America or an eighty where I live. Thought that people act as they're good friends now they probably don't hold exactly the same political views that idea. And the things I agree with trump on yes he can hunt and say you know let. He's a things are gonna focus on you know getting people back to work there you know whatever piece you know Middle East peace talks getting us out of war you know things like that. Maybe the flip side Biden you know as he can say. Maybe kind of come warts that that'll. On some of his issues or maybe their rhetoric rhetoric you know. I mean it probably similar to what a lot of people say you know it's like well. You know trump might say oh I see the way it is and I say yeah that's fine you know but I just like there's like a certain way that you you shouldn't you know present information. Communicate information to the public as president. Yeah he makes it difficult to get behind some times you know. Knows. Rhetoric rhetoric maybe you're just being you know very. You know very out there on Twitter or whatever. One issue I think I have with Biden is. I do you still like he plays identity politics. An affair public way you know so so like for example when he. You know he was like alive I'm mulling a look at women mic and quite possibly minority woman as my running mate. To me I just burgers and alarmist like all why why does that even matter in the first place at least the way I look at you know. I think about it okay wolves. As opposed to you know I don't know what what genitals you have maybe you should see what can you bring it what what what something that you can bring to the table. You know and and what can you greater detail what's gonna help the country. And by all accounts that very likely to be a woman you know there's a city position to compete woman you know. But for me that that just doesn't it doesn't make any sense great aunts. You know to me it sets off an alarm goals you're gonna do that and you're not even an office then. Does that also mean you're gonna do that you know what's your whole cabinet or whatever you know that rings alarm bells right. Yeah. The idea that I would. You know agree with a 100% of everything one side aisle says just because I identify as Democrat or Republican. To me just doesn't make much sense. Wait I feel like that's kind of how things there maybe swing these days you know it's like a wolf. If your pictures classified as level that means you do you think all of these things you know this box. The fewer acres truck that means you agree with all these things in this box so I don't really a spouse of that so.

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