Republican Identification Surging

I’ve often wondered why the repellent aspects of today’s Democratic Party don’t drive away more voters. It is hard to imagine that anything approaching a majority of Americans want to be identified with Michael Moore, Al Sharpton, et al.
A poll released by Gallup today suggests that maybe it’s starting to happen: by a stunning 37% to 32% margin, more respondents describe themselves as Republicans than Democrats. This represents a significant shift even compared to pre-election numbers. Do you suppose the Democrats’ non-stop insults toward the electorate since Nov. 2, threats to secede, etc., might have been counterproductive?

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