Republicans were again rejected in the last election as voters grew fed up with ill-informed pandering on social policy

Economic stability is the top concern for Americans, and polls confirm that a majority trusts Republicans more than Democrats to handle our recovery. Despite this advantage, Republicans were again rejected in the last election as voters grew fed up with ill-informed pandering on social policy. In just one generation, a fundamentalist platform and extreme candidates transformed the GOP from a vibrant national party to a regional one that speaks mostly to and for religious conservatives and “old white men.” This ignores changing demographics and cannot sustain the GOP, much less propel it back into the majority.

Read: Social Crusades Poisoning Republican Brand

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