The Changing Wind in Politics by Generation | Armstrong Economics

There is a major shift underway in the public sentiment that is underscoring why our computer has been forecasting the collapse in Marxist/Socialism. The message of the Democrats has been the same since the Great Depression – vote for us and we will rob those who have more and give it to you. When we just look at the fact and put aside the political biases, the chart shows a very striking trend. When we combine both the Senate and the House and then plot the number of seats each party held as a percent of the whole combination, we see that the Democrats peaked with FDR. They have won at times ever since, but the percentage of seats held has been gradually declining. Now an online survey of more than 16,000 registered voters ages 18 to 34 has revealed that support for Democrats over Republicans in Congress has continued to decline among the youth. It has fallen another 9% since the 2016 election to just 46%. The responses say that the Republican Party is a better steward of the economy. This should come as no surprise. The entire Marxist agenda resonated with the Great Depression generation as the Marxists blamed corporations and never mentioned the Global Sovereign Debt Crisis of 1931. The younger generations are simply viewing the world differently as to what they can do themselves rather than what government can do for them. They simply want to keep more of what they work for. The Marxist message of the Democrats is gradually fading out. Equal Justice for All means it should apply fairly to everyone, not just some.
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