Photo take by SteelCityHobbies Since the NFL kicked off its season two weeks ago, we have an unusual situation where most professional sports leagues are playing at the same time. The NBA, NHL, and WNBA playoffs are approaching their final stages. College football, the NFL and MLS are playing regular season games while the MLBContinue reading “Charts of the Week – Popular Sports and Game Action”
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You are what you watch.
Check out this graph of sports fan’s politics.
People think the political climate prevents them from saying things they believe – because others might find it offensive. As it turns out, social confrontation is not the only thing people are anxious about.
Two recent surveys focused on Black American’s political attitudes. Several results are helpful when thinking about this fall’s elections. Written by Robert Rodriguez and Mark Joslyn
On July 1, 1971 the 26th Amendment passed. This lowered the voting age from 21 to 18, adding nearly 11 million potential voters to the electorate. The 1972 presidential election remains the highest ever recorded turnout for youth voters. Why?
Several results from a recent YouGov Survey caught my eye. Thought you might find them interesting. I examined Independent voters…
In my last post, I examined increases in voter turnout and concluded that American democracy appeared strong and vigorous. Critics, however, dispute this claim by comparing U.S. voter turnout to other developed countries. The comparison typically draws a much less favorable portrait of American democracy. So let’s consider that comparison. Voter turnout by countryContinue reading “A Vigorous and Strong Democracy?”