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Posted 15 January 2020 - 06:18 PM

A GOP-led edge: Red states see less unemployment, more economic growth
BY KRISTIN TATE, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR
01/13/20 08:30 AM EST
The Hill

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Opinion polling isn't everything. However, it often gives you a good barometer of the general shape of things, especially at the state level. As of mid-2019, every single one of the top 10 most popular governors in the country were Republicans, while eight of the 10 least popular were Democrats. Generally speaking, voters trust Republicans more than they trust Democrats to lead their states.

A deeper look at GOP-led states' economic success explains why but beyond the minutiae of simple policy, the bottom line is that electing a Republican often means increased growth and lower unemployment. An even stronger rule bears out the opposite when Democrats control the governor's mansion.

Indeed, some correlations will always transcend state politics. But what becomes clear is that there is a strong statistical case that electing a Republican governor even without a matching GOP statehouse plays a significant role in states' economic success. Look no further than the last election cycle paired with economic statistics, and this trend soon becomes clear.

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Posted 15 January 2020 - 11:59 PM

Well, let me think, okay I got it, capitalism is better than socialism in just about every way.

Doh!

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Posted 16 January 2020 - 08:10 AM

Go figure.
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