Our country is becoming increasingly polarized. Presidential elections used to not be almost always 50% democrat, 50% republican. Now, the country is divided with little sway either way.
Irish, Italians, Asians, Jewish, Polish, Germans... most every "race" or culture in America split their vote. The one exception when it comes to race, skin color, cultural background - however you want to define it - is how blacks voted.
Why aren't blacks splitting their vote? They read the same material. They have access to the same newspapers as the rest of the country. Some argue that Democrat policies are better for blacks, but others point out that their policies actually hurt in the long run.
So, if the rest of the country split their vote with the exception of one race, who voted for one candidate as a percentage higher than any other time in history, doesn't this raise questions?