Dealignment of the Faithful?

It’s tempting to see America’s declining religiosity as nothing but good news for the Democrats. The real picture is more complicated.

Class dealignment has become a common topic of discussion in the pages of Jacobin. Increasingly, working-class voters are bolting from the Democratic Party and affluent voters are rushing in to fill the void. Many explanations have been given about why this shift is occurring, from economic grievances working-class voters are said to have against Democrats […]

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