@nytimes
The New York Times
8 days ago
News Analysis: New census data show that rising diversity in the U.S. isn’t helping Democrats as much as liberals hope, or hurting Republicans as much as conservatives fear, writes Nate Cohn. https://t.co/5rw8QRCTJY
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@MHealow
TERRENCE M. Healow
8 days ago
@nytimes This is wrong. See last election result.
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@KYcitified
Ellen Allen-Hook
8 days ago
@nytimes Limited by tfg.
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@EddieMedero
Eddie M
8 days ago
@nytimes News Analysis: It’s called gerrymandering.
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@ViviVar64658526
Vivi Vargas
8 days ago
@nytimes S. O. S. Colombia
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@pszalai123
Zander
8 days ago
@nytimes In sum, most racial and ethnic groups are not monolithic in their voting habits; therefore, both parties should craft policies and messaging that appeal broadly to Americans.
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@Hardly_Thinkin
Yep, I'm
8 days ago
@nytimes Almost as if the immigrant fear was a racist theory, and that people can have a diverse set of thoughts no matter where they come from? Maybe you big name papers ought to stop running shit like this
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@politics1743
Honda Fit
8 days ago
@nytimes voting is a right and a responsibility
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@mariavalenmg
María Valentina.
8 days ago
@nytimes IN COLOMBIA THE POLICE ARE KILLING ORDINARY PEOPLE, YOU COULD SEARCH AND TALK ABOUT IT. PLEASE WE NEED INTERNATIONAL HELP BECAUSE THE POLICE AND THE GOVERNMENT ARE KILLING US. WE NEED VISIBILITY.
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