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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Economic and Social Differences by State and Party ID

From The Monkey Cage:

Economic and Social Differences by State and Party ID, by David Park: ...Here’s a graph from the 2000 National Annenberg Election Studies. Each state represents the mean economic and social estimates (red states indicate self-reported Republicans and blue self-reported Democrats). Positive is more Conservative and Negative more Liberal.

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There is no overlap between Democrats and Republicans on the economic dimension but some overlap on the social dimension. Democrats appear to be more economically cohesive than Republicans. Socially, WV Democrats are more conservative than Republican VT, NY, MA, CT and RI. ...

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