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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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Racial and Religious Breakdown of the 2012 Vote in the Northeast

Steve Sailer broke down the national share of the vote Romney got in 2012 among Whites, by religious self-identification: From Reuters’ poll of 40,000+ voters, let’s look at Romney’s share of the two party vote among white people by different … Continue reading

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