About 69 percent of South Carolina’s population is melanin-deprived. The remainder are mostly African American, with the odd Native American and Asian here and there.
In 2016, some of the White people who voted actually supported Clinton, but they mostly went for Orange Man. Trump won 55 percent, while Clinton garnered 41 percent.
As of this morning, Trump’s 14-point advantage in South Carolina has slipped to one point, while, in the Senate race, Lyin’ Lindsey is tied with his Democratic opponent.
Apparently, and increasing proportion of South Carolina’s White population are a credit to their race.