Kornacki Breaks Down First Exit Polling In Georgia Senate Runoff Elections | Deadline | MSNBC

Kornacki Breaks Down First Exit Polling In Georgia Senate Runoff Elections | Deadline | MSNBC 1


MSNBC's Steve Kornacki joins Nicolle Wallace to break down Georgia's first exit polls and compares them to November's exit polling. Aired on 1/5/2021.
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Kornacki Breaks Down First Exit Polling In Georgia Senate Runoff Elections | Deadline | MSNBC

71 Comments on "Kornacki Breaks Down First Exit Polling In Georgia Senate Runoff Elections | Deadline | MSNBC"

  1. Khaki pants never go out of style!

  2. Trump Putin's puppet . | January 5, 2021 at 7:01 PM | Reply

    15 days until the trailer trash is removed from the white house

  3. Khaki Kornacki is back!

  4. Denario James | January 5, 2021 at 7:14 PM | Reply

    The Man, The Legend is back hopefully he get sleep this time

  5. It is really really REALLY weird to classify people by “race” … yet this is normal in the USA.

    • It would be so weird in Latin America and Europe.

    • Parker Ripley | January 5, 2021 at 7:46 PM | Reply

      Are you kidding me? America is a race based society. It’s very foundation is genocide and slavery whilst establishing a white supremacy hegemony. It’s in the books.

    • Alexandra Luca | January 5, 2021 at 7:49 PM | Reply

      I’m european and this would not be seen as normal here..very strange,but then again there are a lot of things in the US that don’t make sense for the rest of the world (ex(guns,no healthcare etc).good luck to all& just stay safe!!

    • First thing I thought …..

    • There is nothing more authentically American than racial politics. You would be surprised at how many Americans don’t really consider minority American citizens as truly “American”.

  6. Come on GA Vote Blue 💙 Flip the turtle on his shell 😂

  7. gitgud haters | January 5, 2021 at 7:24 PM | Reply

    I hope he got sleep this time remember the presidential elections? He is a king of his craft.

  8. Either you're a Marxist Or you're not cool | January 5, 2021 at 7:26 PM | Reply

    This is like Christmas for Steve lol.

  9. Pollyanna Principle | January 5, 2021 at 7:27 PM | Reply

    Steve can turn statistics that seem kind of boring into something exciting and interesting. Glad they invited him back to present the Georgia election.

  10. Numbers are in Dem’s in front call it now. Any changes it must be fraud.

  11. King 🤴 of Khakis, one & only “Map-Daddy” of all elections!! 😍😍🤣

    • @Prickly Pear But, in an election the voters are who we care about. Non voters are irrelevant because they chose not to participate. Anyone who can’t be bothered to vote doesn’t really matter for the purpose of this discussion.

    • @Prickly Pear what are you talking about? Voter statistics matter quite a bit.

    • @Brand New . . . Soooo. . . why care about voters’ race and age at all? A vote is a vote, right? But if we don’t know the PROPORTION of those voters (by race and age) who “chose not to participate” RELATIVE to the states’ demographics, then we don’t know ANYTHING! We don’t know where to concentrate our efforts or why our efforts either failed or succeeded.

    • @Prickly Pear I wish that a vote was just a vote, and that all votes carried equal weight. Unfortunately, this is not the case under our current election system. For instance, I live in Manhattan. My Presidential vote carries less weight than a voter who lives in Billings Montana. A person living Omaha, Nebraska has a more valuable vote than some on living in Los Angeles, California. That’s why I agree with those who want to abolish the dated and unfair Electoral College system. It feels very much like people who live in the Midwest and the South are given too much consideration and value, especially when so few people live in these areas relative to the coasts. When we have had two of the last eight Presidential elections won by candidates who had more Americans voting against them than for them. That’s not the will of the people. We shouldn’t have leaders who the majority of the country does not want in power. It’s wrong.

    • @Prickly Pear Voter demographics are important for us to understand where the country stands in certain respects. It tells us what issues are import to which people. It tells us how united or divided the country is. It tells us whether certain candidates or tactics are being accepted by which groups and which are being repudiated by which groups. It’s tells us in what areas our leaders need to focus. It helps the candidates to understand their constituency, and how they should vote on certain issues in the legislature. It tells you about which demographics are changing, which areas are changing. Exit polling and voter demographics give us a lot of important information that we can use to better understand one another, and better meet the needs of our community. Those who vote are the ones who actually care. We need to understand and respond to those who care. Candidates can talk specifically to groups that they need to represent, voter demographic information makes that job easier. Back in the 1950’s and before, candidates only really catered to and acknowledged white Americans. Millions of non White Americans were completely ignored, and their plight, their beliefs, there aspirations were completely ignored. It wasn’t until the 1960 that a spotlight was beginning to be put on black Americans. Since then we have harvested data that helps us to better understand many minorities and subgroups. It is an important step in realizing America’s potential. Minority groups that may not have the numbers in and of themselves to affect change, have been able to join forces with other disenfranchised groups to build a formidable coalition that makes up such a large group that those running for office are forced to take the needs of these minorities more seriously. Without voter demographic information, it would be difficult for groups to understand who is voting and work out which common areas could present an opportunity to build a powerful coalition that can’t be ignored.

  12. Brett Hamilton | January 5, 2021 at 7:30 PM | Reply

    Blows my mind that young people, and 30 or less is not that young don’t care about their future enough to make their voice heard.

    • @Super Yacht Chef Yes I did. When I was 18 young men were being drafted to Vietnam.

    • I will never vote by mail again I don’t want republicans next time to stole my voice and my vote but anyways my vote count because I vote for a blue wave

    • Bboy Genetics | January 5, 2021 at 9:26 PM | Reply

      Young people dont vote cause they dont care. And one of the major reasons why they dont care is cause they don’t own anything in their name. They’re too early in their life to own a house, pay taxes, or do anything that truly contributes to society. So even tho this is one of the most important elections of their life, it doesn’t really affect them.

    • Patrick Still | January 5, 2021 at 9:38 PM | Reply

      Blue 🌊 Fail!!…AGAIN!!!

    • @G Mercer you got offer young people something more tangible like Medicare for all and forgiveness of student loans

  13. Jakob Raahauge | January 5, 2021 at 7:34 PM | Reply

    For once both parties can agree – this is very interesting!

  14. Never want to hear young people complain about the world being handed over to them when they never show up to vote for their own future.

  15. reyalsregnava | January 5, 2021 at 7:39 PM | Reply

    The people of the US are trapped in a septic tank, arguing if it’s better to be a pile of crap reaching toward the exit or the sludge that fills the rest of the vat.

  16. Diogennes theSinope | January 5, 2021 at 7:54 PM | Reply

    Sad to know young people do not vote in crucial elections. Their grannies get to select other grannies to mess them up!


  18. Weeping Willow | January 5, 2021 at 7:56 PM | Reply

    The voters in GA are right that people are tired of attack ads and not hearing the issues.

  19. Brandon Galvan | January 5, 2021 at 8:02 PM | Reply

    As mush as I am invested in the Georgia runoffs, I’m just as excited to see Kornacki work his magic.

  20. Yur'Superior Excellency UponHigh | January 5, 2021 at 8:03 PM | Reply

    We fwu Steve💯 He is really dedicated to making sure our anxiety is cured in 1 night😊🤷🏾‍♀️

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