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A Number to Give the Dems Nightmares

By RHarrison | 31 August 2006 | National Politics | 1 Comment

I ran across an interesting article today from the Democratic Strategist, a liberal magazine. I was wandering around liberal websites, looking for something embarrassing to post on, and instead found a great article that begins with this fascinating fact:

The income level at which the majority of white American families begin voting Republican was $23,700 in 2004 – slightly above the poverty line for a family of four.

The rest of the article is a great analysis of why the Democrats can’t get the middle-class to vote for them. For an article written by liberals, it is an interesting read. And, if they do not simply dismiss it, should cause any serious Democrat to lose sleep over the future of their party.

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  1. Earl said on 31 Aug 2006 at 4:51 pm:
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    I think that this is reflective of a point that Democrats and members of the Liberal Elite will never accept. The South (outside of urban/metro areas), the heartland (outside of those same areas) and even the more rural areas of traditionally blue states (MD, MA, and PA come to mind) tend to be conservative, and as such, vote Republican. These people make up a large part of the NRA, NASCAR Dads, and other groups that hold to conservative, or better yet, traditional values. So, it doesn’t surprise me that the less-wealthy (outside of urban areas) would vote Republican.

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