Suburban voters could abandon Republican Party in 2020

Republicans are already feeling the loss of suburban voters after the 2019 elections, in which Democrats won the majority of suburbs in places like Virginia. But will this affect 2020? Chris Cillizza explains why suburbs may be turning blue in the election cycles to come.

SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
Exit Polls 2018
https://cnn.it/34cWwQE

Exit Polls 2016
https://cnn.it/35mhLQc

Karl Rove is right
https://cnn.it/2OL0cmn

Recent Polls Show Trump’s Support Is Flagging in the Suburbs — and Beyond

The rise of black-majority cities
https://brook.gs/2O7O1k7

Longtime GOP Rep. Peter King announces retirement
https://cnn.it/337YDUz

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