Some things to keep in mind.
Large cities, where people en masse vie for a lot less jobs in the vicinity than there are job applicants, end up being strongholds of those who for sometimes more than one reason experience "being on the outside looking in".
The people who experience "being on the outside looking in" are the primary marketing targets of the left, and are thus often easy prey as they're emotionally predisposed to the egregious "identity politics" and socialist pie in the sky the Democrats promise in their marketing.
So, what does that mean? It means that as the long over-populated U.S. continues to be even more so each year, the natural phenomenon of applicants way out-numbering job openings will continue to rise .. and the Democrats will continue to gain increased margins in winning the Presidential popular vote.
Of course, that's why the Democrats: 1) don't want to close the borders and want open borders and no limit on immigration and make it easier to become citizens, as they accurately deem these new people will eventually spill over to become Democrats as they succumb to the Democrats' pie in the sky socialist marketing strategy, and 2) don't ever want to see all these "outside looking in" people ever get jobs or become part of the satisfied people in America as they're understandably afraid these people would then switch and become Republicans.
That's why when Obama won in 2008 I predicted that it's highly unlikely we ever see a Republican win the White House again.
Indeed, many were surprised that Hillary lost in 2016. I believe had she run against the best RNC insider the Republicans had in 2016 she would have surely won. But she had the misfortune of running up against a non-insider in Donald Trump, a corporate business marketing genius, and his staff of geniuses outplayed Hillary in key swing states, illustrating that it's still possible for Republicans to win a Presidential election, as well as both
houses of congress.
But Trump then was an exception, an exception he may not be this year.
And the swing states were close, a close that the phenomenon of over-population is swinging away from Trump and toward the Democrats.
It truly is only a matter of time until the Republicans, as we know them, may never win the White House again.
Of course, things can change .. and if the Democrats and their socialism gains power along with BLM and other anti-White racist and economically stupid America-last people, who drive America down to where the Democrats
get blamed for all the "outsiders looking in", then we may see a new political party emerge at the true center of the political spectrum that takes over the reigns .. and governs very much the way Donald Trump has.