“political-party” Charts

Party Patriotism: Public's Perspective Drives Partisanship »

The last nine presidential-years, Obama's first four and Bush's final five, rank in the top 10-most-polarized years. It seems that…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 253
Score: 4

Fundamental Problems with Congress: Gerrymandered Safe Seats »

89% of House seats are considered safely in the hands of one party. The rest, excluding those that significantly "favor"…

Civil Politics
by: Civil Politics
views: 150
Score: 4

Partisanship Engenders Greatest Division Among Americans »

The political gridlock plaguing recent Congresses reflects the growing polarization of the two major political parties, as both become smaller…

No Labels
by: No Labels
views: 606
Score: 4

Citizens Unite! (Read: 'Corporations') They're People Too... »

Chief Justice Roberts' Court has been more supportive of corporate interests than any modern court. Especially impactful have been cases…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 205
Score: 4

Homogenous Demographics of Districts Exacerbate Polarization »

Much of the political gridlock plaguing Congress is centered in the House of Representatives. And much of this gridlock can…

Civil Politics
by: Civil Politics
views: 85
Score: 3

Independents Skyrocket as Party Polarization Surges »

While the proportion of Americans associating themselves as Democratic or Republican has precipitously dropped in the last decade, Americans' overall…

No Labels
by: No Labels
views: 107
Score: 3

Young Adults Disillusioned with Party Polarization »

Nearly half of all Millennials (born 1981-1994) associate themselves with neither major political party, the largest proportion of independents of…

No Labels
by: No Labels
views: 93
Score: 2

Why Are People Poor? By Party »

Democrats and Republicans have nearly diametrically opposed views on the reason most poor people in America have ended up that…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 159
Score: 2

80% of Americans Disapprove of Congress' Performance, Why? »

Since 2011, Americans' approval of Congress has remained almost exclusively below 20%. 59% of Americans blame partisanship for congressional ineffectiveness.…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 130
Score: 2

Who's America Do You Represent? »

In the House of Representatives, incessantly plagued with partisan gridlock, much strife comes from the ever-present need to satiate constituents…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 122
Score: 2

CEOs by Political Affiliation »

Though nearly one-third declined response, over half of CEOs self-identified as Republican. Those openly aligning Democratic or Libertarian came in…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 568
Score: 2

Why Democrats Should Be Terrified of Midterm Election »

Nate Silver's 538 gives Republicans a 60%-chance of taking control of the Senate in the midterm-elections. Republicans need only take…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 139
Score: 1

Is Your Political Party Corrupt? »

Political corruption has been a frequent topic this election cycle, with both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders pounding the "system…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 82

Is It Time For A Third Political Party? »

In the opinion of the majority of Americans, it is time for the Democrats and Republicans to share the spotlight.…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 94

Ultra-Rich Bankrolls Elections, But Not the Party You Think »

Those hoping to win in national elections are increasingly dependent upon an incredibly small number of extremely rich donors. Both…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 90

New Hampshire Can't Decide What Party To Align With »

New Hampshire seems to be of two minds when it comes to party affiliation. The number of people identifying with…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 75

Texas Will Change Presidential Politics Forever »

While Texas has been long considered an unremittingly "red" state, having last voted for a Democratic-presidential-candidate in 1976, voter-registration drives…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 48

Wage Gap Plagues Even Most Racially Representative (Dems) »

Rather than being explained by factors that typically diminish an individual's earning potential-- including intelligence, educational attainment, and specific occupation--…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 78

Dems Falling Behind As Midterm Approaches »

The number of people identifying as a Democrat has fallen 3 percentage points since the beginning of the year, while…

SavvyRoo
by: SavvyRoo
views: 40

After High Democratic Hopes for Midterm, Republican Comeback »

After beginning the year with voter support nearly 7 percentage-points higher than that of the Republican Party's, Democrats have seen…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 73

Argument for Being Pro-Immigration by Political Affiliation »

It turns out Liberals and Conservatives aren't that different from one another. When they agree on an issue, it's for…

Jillian Schweizer
by: Jillian Schweizer
views: 81

Virginia Republicans Feeling the Blues: Diversity Doom »

Since 1992, when ethnic minorities represented less than a quarter of the total population of Virginia, their proportionate representation has…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 90

Capital's Control of Virginia Changing Face of Politics »

Before the 2008 election, Virginia had not supported a Democratic-presidential-candidate since the wave of liberal sympathy that swept the nation…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 28

Republicans Respect Recalcitrance, Democrats Desire Dialogue »

While eight-in-ten Americans now prefer elected officials who are willing to compromise with leaders of other ideologies in order to…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 396

Fundamental Problems with Congress: Party Polarization »

In the last three decades, the political polarization of Congress members has skyrocketed, and with it, congressional productivity has precipitously…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 213

Republicans Getting the Blues Over Future Blue America »

6 of the states considered solidly-Democratic are among the 10 most populous in the country. Meanwhile, the second most populous…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 20

Internet Hasn't Brought Awareness Increase, We Know Less Now »

College graduates (63%), men (45%), those 50-64 (47%), those living in the Northeast (39%), Independents (38%), and whites (37%) have…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 25

America's Voters: Misinformed, and Misinformed About It »

94% of Americans regularly watch news media, and 57% of Democratic voters and 53% of Republican voters felt they encountered…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 125

American Hypocrisy: NO! They Can't Do That... But WE Can »

While in the middle of Republican president, George Bush's, first term, 53% of Republicans agreed that the government should be…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 83

American Hypocrisy: The Bias That Blinds »

When asked their view on the NSA secretly listening to Americans for anti-terrorism efforts, 47% of the population viewed it…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 71

Red/Blue Switcharoo: Dixie Dems Disappear while Reps Rise »

New England = Republican Stronghold. South = Democratic Dominion. These associations are so contrary to our modern-day perspectives, but not…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 92

Power in Numbers: Migration Changes Congressional Influence »

Strong gains in Florida and Texas have given the South more congressional seats since 1910 than all regions except the…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 69

Texas Next Democratic Stronghold? »

Texas's population grew by 20.6% in the last decade, and the state has had a minority-majority since 2006. By 2020,…

Anthony Sibley (AJ)
by: Anthony Sibley (AJ)
views: 74

Americans on Chinese Relations by Party »

In a survey on American perceptions of U.S.-Chinese international relations, Democrats were more likely to consider China as an ally…

Peter Graham
by: Peter Graham
views: 16