The latest Gallup poll appears to be really bad news for the right, but it omitted what three influential conservatives consider a crucial factor.
For the first time, Gallup found the number of Americans describing their views on social issues as “liberal” or “very liberal” was the same as those describing themselves as “conservative” or “very conservative,” with both sides at 31 percent.
But, in its analysis, Gallup neglected to mention a key factor that could explain the entire apparent shift in attitudes: immigration.
“Of course, this is a result of immigration,” Ann Coulter told WND. “Liberals haven’t changed anyone’s mind. They couldn’t win elections with Americans, so they brought in ringers.”
Phyllis Schlafly told WND:
“The polls don’t reflect the ‘changing’ attitudes of Americans; the polls reflect the attitudes of our changing population.”
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