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Wednesday’s LA Times took a look at California demographics and came up with some interesting insights about how and why the state votes.
Basically, we’re a red state with blue trim.
Inland, California votes Republican. But there aren’t many people there. Out here on the edges, we’re Democrats. And there are a lot of us.
The Times also highlighted one of my favorite themes: the increasing popularity of unaffiliated voters. The fastest growing group of registered voters in the state is “none of the above.” Independent voter registrations grew by 2 percent over the past four years. And you see this the most, of course, where population is most concentrated, here on the coast. Where the Democrats are.

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