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Watch California Politics Now: (Parts 3 & 4) A review of 'The Great Red vs. Blue State Debate

By ONME Newswire

In this part 3 of California Politics Now: A review of "The Great Red vs. Blue State Debate," news show host, Julia Ann Dudley Najieb reviews the two counties in Florida who banned Toni Morrison books in school districts, according to Governor Gavin Newsom's claim of African-American authored-books banned out of Florida schools due to Governor Ron DeSantis imposing laws.


The facts of the matter may keep a person puzzled according to the data Dudley Najieb presents in this excerpt.



Part 4 of California Politics Now: A review of "The Great Red vs. Blue State Debate," news show host, Julia Ann Dudley Najieb breaks down the common argument between both Republicans and Democrats campaign comments regarding, "Are crime rates the highest in red states rather than the blue states? Such a question becomes complicated ...



According to the Pew Research Center, during the 2022 mid-term elections last year, their research found that Black voters are particularly likely to say violent crime is a very important midterm issue.

Black Americans have consistently been more likely than other racial and ethnic groups to express concern about violent crime, and that remains the case this year.

Some 81% of Black registered voters say violent crime is very important to their midterm vote, compared with 65% of Hispanic and 56% of White voters. (There were not enough Asian American voters in the Center’s survey to analyze independently.)

Differences by race are especially pronounced among Democratic registered voters. While 82% of Black Democratic voters say violent crime is very important to their vote this year, only a third of White Democratic voters say the same.


For the most part, violence is always a concern to the average voter, or at least it is high on the list. Based on the data from the CDC which goes up to the year 2021, then the stats were compiled by Forbes, states with the highest gun death did to appear to be 10 red states that take up the top 10 spots.

However, according to WalletHub who analyzed Q3 homicide stats of 2023 with 2022 and 2021, the data proclaims that the top 10 cities with the highest crime are Democratically lead. Although, this surprising fact is presented in segment six of the California Politics Now: A review of "The Great Red vs. Blue State Debate."

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