Some good reasons to vote GOP in 2014
CONSERVATIVE POLICIES WORK. LIBERAL POLICIES DON’T
Unemployment and Job Creation:
States with Republican governors have a 7.6% unemployment rate
States with Democratic governors have an 8.6% unemployment rate
5 states with the largest unemployment rate drops over the last 12
months have GOP governors, led by Nevada, Florida, Michigan, Mississippi
Over the last 12 months, the unemployment rate in Republican-led states
has decreased faster than in states with Democratic governors.
Over the last 12 months, states with Republican governors have added nearly
1.4 million jobs, accounting for more than 60% of the nation’s job
recently released its annual rankings of top states for business and
the list was led by states with Republican governors:
4 of 5 top states have GOP governors
8 of 10 top states have GOP governors 12 of 15 top states have GOP governors
More states with GOP governors topped this year’s list than one year ago. In 2011:
3 of 5 top states had GOP governors
6 of 10 top states had GOP governors
11 of 15 top states had GOP governors
Pollina Corporate Real Estate Inc. Ranking:
9 of 10 top pro-business states as ranked by Pollina are led by Republican governors, led by Virginia.
Site Selection Magazine:
9 of 10 most competitive states as ranked by Site Selection are led by Republican governors, led by Virginia.
8 of 10 states with the most new and expanded corporate facilities have Republican governors, led by Ohio.
8 of 10 top states for business according to Area Development have GOP governors, led by Texas.
9 of 10 best states in which do business according to Chief Executive are led by GOP governors. Forbes:
10 of 15 best states for business have GOP governors, led by Utah.
9 of 10 best states for jobs have GOP governors, led by Texas
10 of 10 states for best business climate according to Business Facilities are led by GOP governors, led by Texas.
UPDATE: April 2013
Interestingly, there is a high correspondence between
Ideology and Party Dominance. The 25 states dominated by the Republican
Party have an average Ideology (‘conservative advantage’) score of 24.6
and an average unemployment rate of 6.67. The 15 states dominated by
Democrats have an average Ideology score of 6.45 and an unemployment
rate of 7.55. The 10 Split states have a very-near average 17.31 score
and unemployment rate of a middling 7.12.