Tag Archives: 2008 election

Racial and Religious Breakdown of the 2012 Vote in the South

It was an ethnic (or ethno-social) census-via-ballot-box, in some ways. The USA’s 2012 presidential election, that is. This is especially true among Nonwhites, but it can also be true among Whites. For instance, only 2% of married White Baptist men … Continue reading

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Will there ever be a White President of the USA again?

2012 General Election Nonwhites: 30% of voters — 5-to-1 for Obama Whites: 70% of voters — Over 3-to-2 for Romney The Republican Party is in trouble. Nonwhite racial bloc-voting and increasing Nonwhite vote-share are increasingly-insurmountable. Everyone’s talking about it: From … Continue reading

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Ancestry of Liberty Caucus Members: Voices From (For) the USA’s “Ethnic Core”

The Republican Party has had a genuine and formal dissident political bloc for the past 11 years, led by the indefatigable Ron Paul, called “Liberty Caucus”. It has been, officially and ostensibly, a strict-libertarian caucus. Considered individually, though, its membership … Continue reading

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How Many U.S. Whites Live Around Blacks? (Or, Why Obama Won in ’08)

This post will answer the question “What share of the USA’s Whites live ‘around’ significant numbers of Blacks?”, with ‘around’ being defined very broadly as “in the same metropolitan area”. Following will be a short discussion of what this data … Continue reading

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