Demographics and the Republican Party’s enduring appeal to upper-income voters

This article by Ryan Streeter summarizes some demographic trends highlighted by demographer Joel Kotkin, and it gave some insight into how the Republican Party maintains its strength among high-income Americans.

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2 Responses to Demographics and the Republican Party’s enduring appeal to upper-income voters

  1. Hal Jordan March 26, 2010 at 7:00 am #

    Pure right wing ideology – data presented with blatent slant to fit views of writer.

  2. Barrayaran March 26, 2010 at 5:33 pm #

    How on earth does he read “pro-family” and “pro-marriage” (even granting that the data can be interpreted so) as “conservative”? Aren’t liberals so committed to marriage as an institution that they want everyone to have the right to participate?