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Frey says Arizona's political paradoxes explained in part by demography

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"Politics in Arizona: Saner than it looks" - The Economist. 03/29/2014.

With its growing population of voting-age Latinos and huge number of white retirees, Arizona has become politically paradoxical. William Frey says Arizona is experiencing a "cultural generation gap" that contributes to sociopolitical incongruities.


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