From a SurveyUSA poll conducted back in April, illustration 364,140 of how in a multiracial society, democracy inevitably devolves into a skins game, even on the left. The following shows the percentages of whites, Hispanics, and Asians who said they were supporting gubernatorial hopefuls Gavin Newsom, Antonio Villaraigosa, and John Chiang:
The racial percentages all fall short of 100% because the poll asked about eight candidates in addition to an “other” candidate option–these three were the top (D)s. The black sample was too small for SurveyUSA to break those out by candidate.
Although California is majority-minority, non-Hispanic whites still comprise a majority of the electorate because Hispanics and Asians are slackers. Newsom won the primary and so consequently will be California’s next governor.
A couple other noteworthy observations. Firstly, political dissolution is on the horizon. No matter how it’s sliced, Gen Z and millennials are more favorably predisposed to political dissolution than boomers and silents. When the latter disappears, the political landscape will look a lot different. Support for the CAL3 initiative that would break the state up into three new smaller states, by age:
Secondly, even in a state like California where blacks make up a small and shrinking proportion of the non-white coalition, they are open borders fanatics. The survey asked respondents whether the national guard should be used to secure the southern border and what it should focus on if used. The percentages who said the national guard should not be utilized, with “not sure” responses excluded, by race:
The other two possible responses were the based “patrol for those crossing [the border illegally]” and the cucked “focus on gangs and drugs”.
A plurality of all respondents chose the cucked answer, so don’t optimistically come away thinking the inverse of the bars above are the percentages who want the National Guard to stop illegal alien crossings. Most of the residuals just say they want the drugs and gang activity halted. The invasion itself is okay–we’d just like it to be a little more peaceful and sober is all!
This is a finding that crops up everywhere. For example, from Pew Research:
If I retained an ounce of hope in civic nationalism, this reality would challenge that hope. Since I don’t, it serves as another battering ram to smash into the quixotic civic nationalists who think a multiracial democracy can do anything other than devolve into a skins game.