Democrats shrinking fertility problem

Elliot Eisenberg:
A story in yesterday's Wall Street Journal explains what's really behind the border war, pitting Donald Trump against the Democratic Party. The link is here.

Entitled "Fertility Rate Varies Widely Across US," it shows America's population is not growing. Drawing on Centers for Disease Control reports, it pegs fertility among U.S. women at 1,765 births per 1,000 women.
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Anecdotally, Progressive women's numbers are shrinking even more than those of whites. They study longer; marry later; have higher student debt; and begin having children later, if at all. They are a mainstay of support for the Democratic Party, and they are shrinking in number.

It is the red states versus the blue states. Fertility in rural states – mainstays of the Republican Party – is higher than in blue states.

Pelosi and Schumer are in a fight for their party's life. Only by allowing unfettered immigration of Hispanics can their party avoid being eclipsed.
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The Roe effect is also a factor in the decline of Democrat reproduction numbers.  Democrat women are more likely to abort babies than Republicans.  When you consider the millions of babies that have been aborted since Roe v. Wade, it explains why Democrats or having trouble keeping pace and need to import people.  Prosperity also hurts the Democrats who use government dependency as a means of keeping voters.

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