Southern_Exceptionalism

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Southern Exceptionalism? D. Jason Berggren University of Georgia Spring 2008
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2004: Two National Elections? South President Bush 168 57.26% Kerry 0 42.00% Senate Republicans 22 +18 Democrats 4 House Republicans 91 +40 Democrats 51 Non-South President Kerry 252 51.12% Bush 118 47.74% Senate Democrats 41 + 8 Republicans 33 House Democrats 152 +15 Republicans 137
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Support for George W. Bush (%Yes) 22 21 40 48 57 58 76 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Canada Great Britain Clarke- GA Rest of US South Georgia Georgia Whites Source: Gallup Poll Analysis, 2004; 2004 Election Results
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Support for John Kerry (%Yes) 66 58 58 51 42 41 24 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Canada Clarke- GA Great Britain Rest of US South Georgia Georgia Whites Source: Gallup Poll Analysis, 2004; 2004 Election Results
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Democratic House Districts for GW Bush (2004) Southern Democratic for Bush 22 53.66 Midwest Democratic for Bush 11 26.83 Western Democratic for Bush 6 14.63 Northeastern Democratic-Bush 2 4.88 Total 41 100%
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and War (2004) South Non-South School should be able 41% 24% +17 to fire gay teachers Support gay marriage 26% 51% - 25 Immigrants threaten American 58% 41% +17 values Politicians express their 51% 33% +18 faith too little Religion personally very important 72% 55% +17 Would vote for an atheist candidate 34% 56% - 22 Best way to ensure peace is 58% 46% +12 through military strength Get even with countries that take 63% 50% +13 advantage of U.S. Source: Pew Research Analysis, 2004
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