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June 19, 2018

GOP Family Values in One Photo

Filed under: Morality,Politics — Steve Ruis @ 12:57 pm
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Maybe “Family Values” applies to White Families Only in the GOP universe. At least now we know who to vote for.

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  1. “A new Quinnipiac University poll, released Monday (6/18/18), asked voters, “As you may know, some families seeking asylum from their home country cross the U.S. border illegally and then request asylum. In an attempt to discourage this, the Trump administration has been prosecuting the parents immediately, which means separating parents from their children. Do you support or oppose this policy?” As my colleague Dara Lind notes, this characterizes most of the reason for family separation, though some families seeking asylum legally at ports of entry have also been separated.”
    “Sixty-six percent of voters — including 91 percent of Democrats and 68 percent of independents — told Quinnipiac they opposed the policy. Whites with college degrees were likelier than non-college whites to oppose the policy, and young people of all races were likelier to oppose it than old people. Women were likelier to oppose the policy than men, and black and Hispanic Americans were more likely to oppose it than whites (though a large majority of whites still oppose the policy).”

    “But by a large, 20-point (55 percent to 35 percent) margin, Republicans supported the policy:”

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    Comment by maryplumbago — June 19, 2018 @ 1:56 pm | Reply


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