POST ELECTION UPDATE: It turns out the pollsters were wrong. The electorate is actually comprised of 43% -- not 36% -- dumb f*!@ racists, and 4.7% racist enablers. Electoral analysis Nate Silver offered a mea culpa: "The mainstream polls obviously undercounted the dumb-f*!@ racist vote, particularly in swing states, as well as a small but monolithic block of racist enablers that tipped the results in Mr. Trump's favor." The undercounting of deep-seated racism in the 2016 election is sure to undermine confidence in the polling industry for years to come.
ORIGINAL POST: The first poll since Donald J. Trump's trip to Mexico reveals that the Republican nominee has a commanding lead over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton among likely dumb f*!@ racist voters. The data shows that Trump's fiery defense of aggressive anti-immigration policies in his Arizona speech last week appears to have solidified his standing among dumb f*!@ racists.
The poll -- conducted by the failing Washington Post -- reveals that Trump holds a significant lead over Clinton across all dumb f*!@ racist demographics. Trump significantly outpaces Clinton among likely dumb f*!@ racist voters overall, as the following chart demonstrates:
Trump holds an even more commanding lead among uneducated dumb f*!@ racist likely voters, with Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson, and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, trailing far behind:
According to the poll, Clinton has made some inroads among college educated dumb f*!@ racist voters, though she still trails Trump by a wide margin, as the following pie chart demonstrates:
Trump fares best among evangelical dumb f*!@ racist likely voters, which is proving helpful to Trump in the key state of Iowa:
While this data is good news for the Trump camp, the problem for Trump is that only 36% of the general electorate is comprised of likely dumb f*!@ racist voters. (A higher percentage of dumb f*!@ racists are registered but are unlikely to vote in November). Thus, in order to win in November, Trump must capture a sizable portion of racist enablers and apathetic non-racists. On this score, the fact that so-called mainstream Republicans such as House Speak Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell continue to endorse Trump could be enough to put Trump over the top in November. History can then judge whether these "non-racist Republicans" contributed to Trump's ultimate success in the general election.