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Kelly file segment tonight city of Philadelphia there are 59 divisions where no one voted for Mitt Romney.
No one that apparently translated into President Obama getting 191600.
Votes Mitt Romney getting nothing.
Is that even possible.
It -- proxies aggravated Kelly who anchored the election coverage for a this last week.
To nothing so it didn't go that well from Ronnie in certain districts with in the Philadelphia preaches is impossible I'm sorry.
Get it -- or two people.
-- -- -- -- Well no.
It's saving ever -- -- is there really isn't into how it came how many do damage to McCain did not released 59 voting districts -- column that I didn't let that be in which Ronnie got none yet.
00 not -- -- -- big -- -- shenanigans going on or something like that.
Because I I haven't heard any reason to think so I mean it's not like Republicans had some huge numbers in these precincts up until.
Rodney -- out now who look these are are largely African American almost.
We uniformly black okay and almost uniformly inner city right and not particularly wealthy.
And the Philadelphia enquirer actually went out there went out there and said we're gonna get to the bottom of this and so they've spent a couple days like just searching to try to find 11 -- -- -- -- It was 95% of African Americans across the country supported her 93% ninety -- about 11997.
African Americans -- have voted for Mitt Romney yes but none of those seven more wandered into Philadelphia in these trees and yeah and it's not that surprising when you when you consider like that that it's not you know 90600.
To nothing surprises.
You surprised I do you think at least -- million -- make your -- why -- -- was drunk and their finger hit the wrong thing.
I don't think the odds maybe making you -- -- -- to.
Two election cycles and her -- I mean look but president didn't just happen here apparently there for their -- smaller divisions within precincts where this happened.
In Cleveland's -- game wrap him up but that's not and -- last time -- McCain in precincts within Chicago Atlanta and Philly once again zero votes for John McCain.
So some so you what you are not concerned Megyn Kelly not concern now magazine to answer me that and there are some some districts -- of precincts in you top.
That well rob me they wanted to be like seventy people.
-- there was a lot of people everywhere all right and the seventy -- people and in you to overall when Finley.
Yeah I don't know.
I don't get -- I don't like cold shock the company Utah I don't think very highly highly elected he'll run yeah -- alienated and I'm glad -- Are now Asian Americans broke four the president 73%.
Asian Americans -- totally different situation usually economically than African Americans -- that you know.
It's a whole different.
Why why are Asian Americans so democratic well it's.
Funny because I try to read up on this and figure that out because you asked me to do that and -- -- articles that the scene you tell me they seem to have someone -- a bias in them because they talk about how.
They -- and Asians have -- -- degrees in math and science and have a natural aversion to the GOP's theories on climate change.
Because anybody I was headed education in math and science was clearly reject any Republican views and climate change.
Who wrote that -- I don't -- not a martyr something that's of what it's like I can take it all of the -- -- but it's clear is that what ages let's.
-- the democratic let's put the crazy ideologues decide right.
Let's assume that like everyone else.
Asian Americans are primarily interest in the economy have been getting ahead and and so a lot of entrepreneurial.
Stuff going on the Asian community.
They obviously said we believe in the democratic point of view of the larger government let's control the economy a little bit more than the GOP.
That this is seemed.
-- -- -- Couple of theories I think I mean one of the big mysteries of this to me was that that same points that if if they tend to be on the higher at a -- -- -- you look at exit polls -- people who make over -- 100000 dollars a year tended to side with met -- then why did they do this.
Well then you look a little -- it looks like most of the Asian voters that they surveyed.
I -- Asian voters.
That -- are looking at come from new York and California.
Well those are two very Blue States no Madonna you're primarily the Asian communities aren't -- so what what I'm saying is so there there isn't democratic no -- -- -- a rabbi why they would get into democratic machine anyway.
What was the Asian American vote through the -- and I'm looking forward -- companies in 2012 as a percent of all the electorate they were 3% three point 73% Obama 26% -- and African Americans were 10% right around 10% yet and.
Little higher -- that lie that I have countries they weren't quite as -- as last time -- -- city that fit in both parties need to pay attention to the Asian vote because usually it's you know well you put together -- Latino -- the African American vote in the -- those -- 5% of the and then the women and they broke for Romney you know -- he ended but I don't I don't matter Obama has been reaching out to the Asian community more than the Republicans -- -- that -- -- -- Targeting them with your advertising you know I have to stop taking them no you know.
I want to you know reach out I guess I'm like you're really -- and I just don't know how we'll have -- I wanna reach -- I think it's time to -- okay.
They got everyone with some political.
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