Not that it stops glib commentators, but it’s quite challenging to draw political conclusions from election returns. The most significant part of any analysis is that a majority of Americans have not voted for decades because of disaffection with the two parties. Other than that, the demographics can be quite confusing since the data is unreliable. Thus it is curious that postmortems on the Sanders’ campaign by his supporters all assert that he “made mass working-class politics possible again in America.” Apparently, the majority of those in the working class who actually vote chose Biden over Sanders & those who habitually do not vote did not get off their asses to change that. So it would be useful if Sanders supporters could elaborate for the skeptical how he advanced working class politics in the US.