CDC said farmers, fishermen, and foresters had the highest suicide rates. Now it’s not so sure.
The slow, sloughing away of good-paying, blue-collar lives in rural America made white, middle-aged America’s suicide rate tick upward and tipped the country toward Donald Trump.
That narrative has been rehashed often after Trump’s victory in November 2016, despite evidence that his supporters were not mostly working-class.
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