Demography STILL Destiny: How White, Black, and Hispanic Conservatives Voted in 2016
11/20/2019
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Ben Shapiro, smiter of strawmen:

Shapiro asserts that race and ethnicity have no bearing on how people vote. He allows that culture does, though, because culture “is about how people think”.

Neat if true. But people who think the same way, sharing conservative positions on various things, vote in radically different ways–depending on their race and ethnicity. The following graphs show how (non-Hispanic) whites, (non-Hispanic) blacks, and Hispanics with politically conservative opinions on a host of issues voted in the 2016 US presidential election (N = 824):

GSS variables used: RACECEN1(1)(2), HISPANIC(1)(2-50), ABANY, PRES16(1-2), ABANY, TAX, AFFRMACT(3-4), GOD(6), HOMOSEX(1), POLVIEWS(5-7)

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