PARTY SHIFT: Dems Becoming Whiter And More Elitist, Republicans More Diverse And Working Class

A political realignment is taking place in the United States right now.

Democrats, who love to accuse other people of being white supremacists, are becoming a whiter and more elitist party.

Republicans on the other hand, are attracting more minorities and working class people.

The coalition that is forming around the GOP is obviously a stronger one and even the liberal media is beginning to notice this.

Axios reports:

The great realignment

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Shifts in the demographics of the two parties’ supporters — taking place before our eyes — are arguably the biggest political story of our time.

The big picture: Republicans are becoming more working class and a little more multiracial. Democrats are becoming more elite and a little more white.

Why it matters: Democrats’ hopes for retaining power rest on nonwhite voters remaining a reliable part of the party’s coalition. Democrats’ theory of the case collapses if Republicans make even incremental gains with those voters.

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– Even small inroads with Hispanic voters could tip a number of Democratic-held swing seats to the GOP.

What the data show: Democrats are statistically tied with Republicans among Hispanics on the generic congressional ballot, according to a New York Times-Siena College poll out this week. Dems held a 47-point edge with Hispanics during the 2018 midterms.

– An NBC News poll in April found Democrats held a 38-point lead among women with college degrees — up from 10 points from 2010. Democrats lost ground with nearly every other demographic group tested in the survey.

– Nearly every House pickup in the 2020 election came from a woman or non-white challenger. The GOP’s ability to win back a House majority this year rests on the success of candidates breaking the party’s typical mold.

If this trend continues, Democrats are going to become a monority party for a long time.

They can’t even see it yet. They’re still too busy listening to the most fringe elements in their party, which is what’s driving this shift in the first place.

 

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