Monday, November 27, 2006
USA Today has a story today on the big gains Dems made in the suburbs this year. One need go no further than Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and even Arizona to see the outcome. In inner-ring suburbs, Dems got 60% of the vote, up from 53% in 2002. They won 55%/45% in the next ring of suburbs and cut Republican leads in the growing "exurbs." Here's the study from Virginia Tech's Metropolitan Institute that crunches the numbers. Analysis to come soon.
Posted by CBMurray at 1:50 PM