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Old 04-11-2013, 12:19 PM  
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Racist USC professor caught on video tape

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'Stupid and Racist’: Video captures professor ranting against Republican Party


By Oliver Darcy and Josiah Ryan, on Apr 10, 2013

A professor at the University of Southern California (USC) appears to have used a fall semester 2012 political science class to deliver sustained and angered attacks on Republicans, who he characterized as old, white, racist, and “losers.”

In a 15 min. video secretly captured by USC student Tyler Talgo, political science Professor Darry Sragow also appears to endorse the illegal suppression of Republican votes.


“California Republicans I just showed you are 30 percent registration in this state because they are really stupid and racist,” he said.” [T]he republican party in California as I say all the time on the record in print on the radio and on tv is the last vestige of angry old white people.”

“Old white guys are stubborn sons of bitches,” he added.




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Old 04-16-2013, 12:18 PM   #76
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Go ahead and prove me wrong then. Cite statistics, studies, polls, etc that show Hispanics are conservative. I'll wait patiently.
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:31 PM   #77
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Here's an interesting article on Hispanic voting behavior:

http://www.psmag.com/politics/the-hi...century-29862/
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Old 04-16-2013, 12:37 PM   #78
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Here's an interesting article on Hispanic voting behavior:

http://www.psmag.com/politics/the-hi...century-29862/
That is interesting. The education point is key though, as the schools from the lower levels on up are increasing preaching ideas that promote the left's agenda. This favors the democrats.
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Here's an interesting article on Hispanic voting behavior:

http://www.psmag.com/politics/the-hi...century-29862/

Author's wasting our time. Makes an outrageously dumb claim (based on some "metasurvey") that Hispanics ID'd with the GOP 50-37 for the 2010 midterm. But I just looked up the actual results per CNN:


GOP: 38%
Dem: 60%

http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2010/results/polls/#USH00p1


This author needs to stop writing articles, and if he refuses to stop people need to tell him to stop.
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:49 AM   #80
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Author's wasting our time. Makes an outrageously dumb claim (based on some "metasurvey") that Hispanics ID'd with the GOP 50-37 for the 2010 midterm. But I just looked up the actual results per CNN:


GOP: 38%
Dem: 60%

http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2010/results/polls/#USH00p1


This author needs to stop writing articles, and if he refuses to stop people need to tell him to stop.

Thanks for pointing out this serious flaw in the article I cited, Prison Bitch.

On its face the claim that Hispanics who were eligible to vote in 2010 identified themselves 50% GOP vs. 37% Democrats looks bogus. The claim you described is made within this figure at this link, http://www.psmag.com/wp-content/uplo...y_ID_large.png .

Fortunately for purposes of verifying the accuracy of the claim, the author cites the data source, which is a very well regarded survey, the General Social Survey (GSS), data which are available to anyone for downloading. There's also a very nifty website set up at UC Berkeley that allows anyone to do web-based analysis of the GSS and other survey datasets (http://sda.berkeley.edu/archive.htm). Using these tools, you can confirm that the numbers in the figure are very likely to be wrong. For example, you can get a breakdown of political party identification for hispanics in 2010 who were eligible to vote in 2008 by selecting the first link from the archive, entitled "General Social Survey (GSS) Cumulative Datafile 1972-2012" and then specifying the following values for the given fields:

Row: partyid
Selection filter: year(2010),hispanic(2-50),vote08(1,2)

The selection filters restrict the analysis to data from the 2010 GSS respondents who were eligible to vote in the 2008 election and who have one of the values for a hispanic subgroup. This is probably a pretty close approximation to what the author used, except he probably also included folks who were 18 or 19 years old in 2010 and may have been too young to be eligible to vote in 2008. The row variable PARTYID is self-reported party identification, which has several levels representing intensity and type of party affiliation.

Also select Column Percentaging. Then run the table.

The results show that 37.1% of this group identified themselves as Democrats, while only 10.4% identified themselves as Republicans. The rest were other party (1.3%) or one of the three independent groups,
independent, near democrat (19.1%)
independent (24.8%)
independent, near republican (6.7%) .

Clearly, there are very few persons who identify themselves as republicans in this group. It definitely isn't 57%, as the figure claims .

I downloaded the 2010 GSS data from the National Opinion Research Council website ( http://www3.norc.org/gss+website/ ) and then did some multinomial logistic regression modeling to see whether hispanic ethnicity is associated with party identification, after controlling for age group and educational grouping. My analysis does match the author's analysis in showing that hispanics are not more likely to be a democrat versus an independent after controlling for these factors. However, my analysis results indicate that hispanics are only about half as likely to be a republican than an independent after controlling for those factors.

So I can share some of your skepticism about these figures. I should say about the author, though, that if he is the "Norman Nie" that I think he is, then he's a very famous and now retired scholar. He's famous for developing SPSS, the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences, an important software application. I'd need to read the methods he used to see if there's an alternative explanation for why his 2010 number is off, but I think it definitely is.

The Berkeley website is very cool and can be used to get breakdowns of hispanics' orientation with regard to a variety of political and social issues. Party affiliation is not the same as whether one has conservative or liberal views on specific issues. For assessing the potential for conservative political groups to gain market share among hispanics, one could use look at breakdowns of those opinion variables.

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