By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Contributor on February 21, 2014
The Republicans’ long-term disadvantages aren’t so bad as most people think. They’re worse.
By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Contributor on November 19, 2013
Chris Christie cannot solve the GOP’s demographic dilemma -- in no small part because a Republican primary will destroy Christie the "moderate."
By John Halpin, Guest Contributor on November 17, 2013
White Americans are too political divided to be counted as one voting bloc. Here's proof.
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By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Contributor on November 11, 2013
As diversity rises, will ethnic tensions break the progressive coalition? It's one theory for how the GOP can survive, but it's not based in much evidence.
By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Contributor on November 3, 2013
A new poll finds that Asians voters might be more interested in a diverse America than any other bloc. That's bad news for the Republican Party.
By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Contributor on October 29, 2013
Democrats could make progress in 2016 toward a decades-long aspiration: a Bobby Kennedy-style coalition that unites minorities, young people, and educated liberals with working class whites.
By John Halpin, Guest Contributor and Ruy Teixeira, Guest Contributor on October 22, 2013
America is ready for its more diverse future. Well, most of America, anyway.
By Zack Beauchamp on October 16, 2013
A new NBC/Esquire poll says the centrists are coming to bridge the partisan divide. But sorry -- American politics doesn't work that way.
By Ruy Teixeira, Guest Contributor on October 14, 2013
The coming war among white people could transform our politics even faster than demographic change already is.
By Zack Beauchamp on October 9, 2013
How race and racism formed the scaffolding that structures American politics -- even as explicit battles over race receded from our daily politics.