Perhaps this thread is cherrypicked, but here's my question: Has the NYT or any major outlet run profiles of the voters in GA, PA, MI, WI, and AZ who voted for the first time, or voted for Biden and didn't vote for Clinton?

The people who swung the election.
It is possible that they have and I've missed it. But these are the most interesting voters in the country, the most consequential, and the issue of how to keep them voting and turning out is THE question for everyone. And I haven't seen them.
they aren't white retirees in midwestern diners, for sure. Though some might be in WI and PA and MI and I'd like to know! But mostly not I expect. But I'd like to know!
I have been asking this since the election in november.

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