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Moderate Majority: Democrats Win Most Of Their Presidential Votes From The Middle

third way fresh thinking THE POLITICS OF THE CENTER MODERATE MAJORITY DEMOCRATS WIN MOST OF THEIR PRESIDENTIAL VOTES FROM THE MIDDLE LIBERALS MODERATES CONSERVATIVES 14% CONSERVATIVES LIBERALS 32% MODERATES 53% DEMOCRATIC AVERAGE OBAMA MCCAIN 2008 KERRY W. BUSH GORE W. BUSH 2004 2000 DOLE CLINTON CLINTON H. W. BUSH 1996 1992 DUKAKIS H. W. BUSH MONDALE REAGAN 1988 1984 CARTER REAGAN CARTER FORD 1980 1976 A= WINNER In every single Presidential election in the modern era, moderates have made up a majority of those voting for the Democratic candidate. The same is not true of Republicans; in fact, since 1984, conservatives have consistently been the largest source of their votes. Win or lose, moderates make up the base of Democratic Presidential coalitions. third way O www.THIRDWAY.ORG Y@THIRDWAYSPANDP fresh thinking e 2012 THIRD WAY I FREE FOR RE-USE WITH ATTRIBUTION/LINK I INFOGRAPHIC BY J SHERMAN STUDIO e LU SOURCE INFrORMATION. http//www.thirdway.org/publications/s8a

Moderate Majority: Democrats Win Most Of Their Presidential Votes From The Middle

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In every single Presidential election in the modern era, moderates have made up a majority of those voting for the Democratic candidate. The same is not true of Republicans; in fact, since 1984, conse...

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