Hola! New Voters on the Block

Spectator World
October 17, 2022

Drawing upon emerging voting trends and new polling data, Patrick Ruffini in Spectator World paints similarities between today’s American Hispanic voter and the 1960s white Catholic voter to assess the creaky backbone of the Democratic Party’s support. His thesis will be tested in just weeks when the U.S. Midterm elections are held.

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