August 23, 2013


Younger Republicans Want More Diverse Party

A new Pew Research survey of Republicans finds stark age differences on the question of whether more diverse nominees would help the party perform better in future elections.

"Among Republicans and leaners under 40, 68% say nominating more racial and ethnic minorities would help and 64% say the same about more women nominees. Far fewer Republicans 40 and older view these steps as helpful: 49% say nominating more racial and ethnic minorities would help and 46% say the same of nominating more women."










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