Progressive economic agenda and American Carnage Land
start with when Sonny Perdue broke the ERS and scattered it to the four winds when the economists refused to produce a study showing the huge benefits to rural America from the TCJA.
They were like, "whuh?"
But a lot of direct stuff going right to the folk out there and infrastructure and green investment will create a lot of jobs in categoties that should be fillable by the folks there.
Although I'd expect the identity thing would still hold sway and any modest shift in political support would be more a matter of waning intensity than actual buy in.