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Friday, October 3, 2014

Senate Polarization

At The Washington Post, Philip Bump illustrates polarization in the Senate by looking at National Journal scores:
Compare the 103rd Congress, in 1993, with today's. That purple zone in the 103rd Congress was where Republican and Democratic ideologies mixed, the left edge marked the most conservative Democrat and the right edge the most liberal Republican. There's no purple zone anymore.