At the top of the list: California and Texas, the notoriously conservative state--and Georgia, which rounded out the top five. have climbed to a record 4.8 million, according to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center earlier this year.
Further down, Alabama takes the number 15 spot, despite having legalized miscegenation as late as 2000. Experts there point to the steady flow of new Asian and Hispanic immigrants, which has expanded the pool of prospective spouses.
But a majority of the state’s voters wanted Thomas E. Truman when our electoral votes went to the Republican governor of New York in 1948. By the time the concept of red and blue states was born after the historic election of 2000, New Jersey had voted for a Democratic presidential nominee three consecutive times. The Dole motorcade had stopped traffic on the Garden State Parkway as his bus made stops in Holmdel and Red Bank as he traveled south along the Jersey Shore.
But we dreamed of Camelot when New Jersey preferred John F. Ford and agreed in 19 that we would be better off with Ronald Reagan.
That's the point made by a graphic that’s circulating on the Internet, titled "Red State Socialism." A reader recently pointed us to it and asked us to check it out.
The chart suggests that Republicans are hypocritical for bashing the federal government and federal spending, when Republican-leaning states are reaping the lion’s share of federal dollars.
"As a black conservative, I posit that the media has a vested interest in portraying all conservatives as racists and all liberals as open-minded when in my experience, that is not the truth," said Laura Noble, 46, a black woman who lives in Virginia, the 8th state on Interracial Dating.com's list.
In fact, a dozen or more states can be characterized in most elections as swing states, which might be more appropriately shaded in purple.
The data is seven years old As we noted, the data is for 2005.
The presidential nominee cited Whitman’s gubernatorial successes as a reason New Jersey voters should take a chance on the 73-year-old Dole, who was pushing a 15 percent tax cut and often referred to himself in the third person.“We have good government working here locally, in Ocean County and the state.
All we need is Bob Dole for president and we’ll have great government all the way up,” said then-Dover Township (Toms River) Mayor Clarence “Bud” Aldrich III. Jay Sansone, 16, of Toms River, was not pleased with Dole’s conservative views on federal aid for college.“Take away the ‘e’ from ‘Dole,’ turn it around and you have ‘O-L-D.’ We want an education, not a vacation,” Sansone yelled.
"I think that many conservatives are stereotypically misrepresented in their interest of other races, and their geographic location may be more racially homogeneous, therefore if they want to date outside their race, they need to do it online." According to the Pew Research Center survey, black men are two times more likely to marry someone of another race or ethnicity than Black women, though the opposite is true among Asian women and men.