demographics

Democrats May Be On The Verge Of Becoming A ‘Permanent Minority’ Party

Stewart Lawrence, Daily Caller

Democrats have a 3-1 lead over the GOP in California, New York and Massachusetts and a 3-1 lead over Republicans in the Pacific Northwest and the Mid-Atlantic (also known as the “Acela Corridor”). However, those regions account for less than 20% of the total numbers of House members. By contrast, if you focus on the American South, the Heartland, and the Southwest — about 80% of the country — the GOP leads Democrats by more than 2-1.

Studies Show GOP Can Win by Opposing Amnesty

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Despite the incessant lectures from many sources about the need to pass amnesty legislation to appeal to Hispanic voters, two recent studies of the Latino electorate suggest that Republicans can oppose amnesty and still win elections in the midterms and beyond.

Will Demographics Really Destroy GOP?

Sean Trende, Real Clear Politics

The GOP currently has some of the largest shares of Congress, governorships, and state legislatures that it has had in recent history. Demographic changes did not prevent Dems from suffering the worst midterm election in 80 years in 2010, and most signs suggest another bad year is in the offing.

The GOP’s New Minority

Pat Buchanan, American Conservative

Demographically speaking, Republicans’ most loyal group is shrinking and they don’t seem to get it.