Notice how they only have about 268,000 subscribers with less than 1,000 on this sub. This article was posted 3 hours ago and is just under 200 upvotes.
Now notice how /r/politics has 8 million subscribers with almost 32,000 users currently in their sub. This article was posted 2 days ago and has less than 130 upvotes.
Their sub has almost 80,000 users with about 10% of them being currently active in the sub. This article was posted 1 day ago and sits shortly under 400 upvotes.
Almost 59,000 subscribers, 198 users, post sits at 234 from a day ago.
136,000 subscribers, 1940 users, 200+ upvotes from a day ago
/r/aznidentity has a cynical take on both parties claiming one gives fake support while the other calls them CCP spies. A mod pinned a comment to remind everyone to not vote Republican and to only vote for the party that supports Asians the most.
50,000 subscribers, 378 current users, post sits at 152 upvotes from a day ago.