Originally posted by KazetNagorra
That's hard to say. 2050's "minorities" won't be the same as today's and they will act and think differently.
Yeah, and I thought that also, but it would take the Republicans go after them to ensure these minorities thinking from Democrat to Republicans.
Otherwise, the dynamics are going to be much the same in the next 10-20 years and even the next 36 years with the demographic components. Has been consistent over the last 50 years.
Blacks have voted overwhelming Democrat for 50 years. Latinos are growing in numbers dramatically and definitely going Democrat big time. Though the Republicans have an opportunity with Latinos if they choose go after Latinos. Republicans can also go after young people who are voting Democrat.
But a continued shift to the right on social issues alienating young people, and on harsh treatment of undocumented workers alienating the majority of Latinos, a continued restriction of women rights further driving the gender gap, etc., does not bode well for the Republican Party. But that is the advice of Norm. Yet, angry white are decreasing as a percentage of the electorate.