A new study finds remarkably little difference between the views of people who live in red (Republican) districts or states, and those who live in blue (Democratic) districts or states on questions about what policies the government should pursue. 396 more words
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Voter ID laws are just one arrow in the GOP quiver of voter suppression schemes.
By targeting a particular constituency which has a high proportion of likely Democratic voters, the GOP hopes to win without competing on philosophical grounds, or on the issues, but instead on tactical ones. 120 more words
States that voted for Democrat Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election have, on average, a higher percentage of households that make $150,000 per year, and a lower percentage of households that make $25,000 or less per year, than the red states that supported Republican Mitt Romney, according to U.S. 415 more words