Category Archives: Demographics

The American Mythology of Racial Progress

Americans Are Determined to Believe in Black Progress Jennifer A. Richeson in The Atlantic – For two days in early June, as America was erupting in sustained protests over the killing of a Black man, George Floyd, by police in Minneapolis, … Continue reading

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Trump Campaign Ads Depict His Own Lawless Dystopia

Nick Corasaniti of the New York Times – The ads have a singular goal: to terrify you. Terrify? Yes, mostly if you’re an older, white suburban voter, the kind who has been abandoning President Trump in droves and has contributed to … Continue reading

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Democrats Say The Worst Of The Coronavirus Is Yet To Come. Republicans Say The Worst Is Over.

Dhrumil Mehta of FiveThirtyEight – So far, Americans have largely supported using social distancing to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. But Democrats and Republicans see the situation differently. According to a CNN poll, nearly three-quarters of Democrats said … Continue reading

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Why The Suburbs Have Shifted Blue

Geoffrey Skelley, Elena Mejía, Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux and Laura Bronner of FiveThirtyEight – President Trump spent the last few months of the presidential campaign appealing to — and sometimes even pleading with — suburban voters. At a rally in Pennsylvania in October, Trump called out suburban … Continue reading

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Defining generations: Where Millennials end and Generation Z begins

Michael Dimock of Pew Research – Pew Research Center has been studying the Millennial generation for more than a decade. But by 2018, it became clear to us that it was time to determine a cutoff point between Millennials and … Continue reading

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