February 3, 2012
President Obama is the most moderate Democratic president since the end of World War II, while President George W. Bush was the most conservative president in the post-war era.
For more, see Keith Poole’s post at Voteview.
Some thoughts on election prediction accountability
The voting bloc would be far more valuable if the two parties ever passed any policies they cared about.
Racial stereotypes are not solely within the purview of the Grand Old Party.
John Sides is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at George Washington University.