Republican operatives all over the country are scrambling to figure out what’s wrong with the Republican party. Most have centered on analyzing the political leanings of millennials because they are a growing bloc, and because, for the past two elections, President Obama has won 60% or more of voters between the ages of 18 and 29.
The most common diagnosis is that Republicans are just too conservative for young voters. But I wouldn’t worry about, if I were a Republican. [cont.]
Harry Enten, The Guardian