It's been said for months that it was the working class poor whom elected Trump. While making sense on one level, it really didn't on another.
And today, the Washington Post busts the myth. Most Trump supporters were not the working class. "In the general election, like the primary, about two thirds of Trump supporters came from the better-off half of the economy."
In fact, about a 1/3 earn more than $100,000 a year.
So, once again we learn to:
Be careful of media representations.
Be careful of anecdotes.
Be careful of stereotypes, especially blaming stereotypes.
And, of course, be careful of what a desire for more money will always do.