The Atlantic’s Ron Brownstein explains how culture is replacing class as the key political divide. “Democrats now rely on an urbanized coalition of Millennials, minorities, and socially liberal college-educated and single whites (especially women). Republicans thrive among older, non-college educated and religiously devout whites, especially outside of major cities.” Cities vs suburbs. Just as the Internet appears to make geography a non-factor, it is becoming a bigger factor than ever.

+ FiveThirtyEight has launched its always-updating chart predicting the winner of the general election. As of today, they’re giving Hillary an 80% shot to win.

+ 13% of Americans say they would rather vote for a giant meteor hitting the earth than Trump or Clinton.