The Wall Street Journal
By Dante Chinni
DELAWARE, Ohio—This past week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland brought drama and media attention, but there was little immediate evidence that it had changed the thinking of voters.
On the eastern side of Ohio, where rural coal and manufacturing towns are struggling, many people said they already had decided to vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump and didn’t tune in to a convention that, in large part, presented messages and policies aimed at working-class communities such as theirs.
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