AP US Government and Politics
We know that most urban voters are Democrats and most rural voters are Republicans. But are suburban voters more likely to identify as Democrats or Republicans?
How accurate was your prediction?
What has happened to Republican support in urban areas over the past 20 years?
What is one cause of this urban tilt?
What has happened to Democratic support in rural areas over the past 20 years?
What is one cause of this rural tilt?
How much does the data in the chart accurately describe the place where you live?
If you had to make a statement regarding party affiliation of rural versus urban voters what would it be?
Can you think of a mnemonic device to help remember your party affiliation statement from question 7?
Why do you think rural voters are so pro-Republican?
Why do you think urban voters are so pro-Democratic?
Based on the data above, what information do we need to know in order to predict the outcome of an election?
It's a fact that people who register as independents generally vote for the same party year after year in elections. Why do these people who regularly lean in one direction register as independents?
What is one advantage to registering as a member of a political party?
Can non-citizens vote in federal elections?*
Can non-citizens run for federal office?*
Can naturalized citizens become U.S. Representatives or Senators?*
Can naturalized citizens become U.S. President?*
If subhumans are less than human, are suburbanites less than urbanites?
What is one consequence of this big rural urban divide in America?
How much has this urban/rural party affiliation divide grown over the past two decades, and if it continues, what will this urban/rural party affiliation divide look like in two more decades?
How has this urban/rural divide impacted the Trump presidency?