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US voter demographics: election 2020 ended up looking a lot like 2016

Expectations for women and older voters didn’t pan out, expert says – but young people strongly preferred Biden

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More than 150 million American voters turned out for Tuesday’s election, marking the highest turnout in over a century. But as the country – and the world – await a complete result, what do we know about who voted for each of the candidates?

While knowledge at this stage is limited – polling data can be unreliable and national exit polls do not take into account geographic differences within demographics – experts say that some broader trends among those who voted for Joe Biden and Donald Trump are apparent.

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