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Republican leadership and Democratic leadership... Statistics don't lie. (1 Viewer)

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Last night in the Republican response to the President's SOTU speech, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said the following:

"Across the nation, Republican governors and legislators are showing Americans what conservative leadership looks like."

It got me thinking about what republican leadership and democratic leadership actually look like, and since control of the oval office, congress and the senate change all the time, the only way to evaluate them are to take a look at some statistics on the state level, where party control is more static and their results can be easily compared.

I left the names of the states out and simply labeled them by color, "Red state", "Blue state" or split. I provided all the links below the charts so you see which specific states (Washington D.C. included) made the top and bottom 10.

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Although many here will refuse to see it, the difference between Republican and Democratic leadership couldn't be more clear.

I'm looking forward to this November's mid-terms.


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Last night in the Republican response to the President's SOTU speech, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said the following:

"Across the nation, Republican governors and legislators are showing Americans what conservative leadership looks like."

It got me thinking about what republican leadership and democratic leadership actually look like, and since control of the oval office, congress and the senate change all the time, the only way to evaluate them are to take a look at some statistics on the state level, where party control is more static and their results can be easily compared.

I left the names of the states out and simply labeled them by color, "Red state", "Blue state" or split. I provided all the links below the charts so you see which specific states (Washington D.C. included) made the top and bottom 10.

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Although many here will refuse to see it, the difference between Republican and Democratic leadership couldn't be more clear.

I'm looking forward to this November's mid-terms.


Links:


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This is just results of many factors outside the office's controls...............................leadership involves MUCH more. Good leaders unite if they can, not purposefully divide.......
 
Last night in the Republican response to the President's SOTU speech, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said the following:

"Across the nation, Republican governors and legislators are showing Americans what conservative leadership looks like."

It got me thinking about what republican leadership and democratic leadership actually look like, and since control of the oval office, congress and the senate change all the time, the only way to evaluate them are to take a look at some statistics on the state level, where party control is more static and their results can be easily compared.

I left the names of the states out and simply labeled them by color, "Red state", "Blue state" or split. I provided all the links below the charts so you see which specific states (Washington D.C. included) made the top and bottom 10.

View attachment 67377873
View attachment 67377874

Although many here will refuse to see it, the difference between Republican and Democratic leadership couldn't be more clear.

I'm looking forward to this November's mid-terms.


Links:


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You left out the names of the states because that would explain a lot about this kind of bullshit.. I think we all know why a shit hole like Mississippi has the lowest cost of living...
 
Last night in the Republican response to the President's SOTU speech, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said the following:

"Across the nation, Republican governors and legislators are showing Americans what conservative leadership looks like."

It got me thinking about what republican leadership and democratic leadership actually look like, and since control of the oval office, congress and the senate change all the time, the only way to evaluate them are to take a look at some statistics on the state level, where party control is more static and their results can be easily compared.

I left the names of the states out and simply labeled them by color, "Red state", "Blue state" or split. I provided all the links below the charts so you see which specific states (Washington D.C. included) made the top and bottom 10.

View attachment 67377873
View attachment 67377874

Although many here will refuse to see it, the difference between Republican and Democratic leadership couldn't be more clear.

I'm looking forward to this November's mid-terms.


Links:


.​


If righties want to shift from whining about inflation to talking about unemployment numbers, be my guest. (y)
 
This is just results of many factors outside the office's controls...............................leadership involves MUCH more. Good leaders unite if they can, not purposefully divide.......
You doubt the science?
 

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