RIP GOP (Hardcover)

How the New America Is Dooming the Republicans

By Stanley B. Greenberg

Thomas Dunne Books, 9781250311757, 336pp.

Publication Date: September 10, 2019

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Description

A leading pollster and adviser to America’s most important political figures explains why the Republicans will crash in 2020.

For decades the GOP has seen itself in an uncompromising struggle against a New America that is increasingly secular, racially diverse, and fueled by immigration. It has fought non-traditional family structures, ripped huge holes in the social safety net, tried to stop women from being independent, and pitted aging rural Evangelicals against the younger, more dynamic cities.

Since the 2010 election put the Tea Party in control of the GOP, the party has condemned America to years of fury, polarization and broken government. The election of Donald Trump enabled the Republicans to make things even worse. All seemed lost.

But the Republicans have set themselves up for a shattering defeat.

In RIP GOP, Stanley Greenberg argues that the 2016 election hurried the party’s imminent demise. Using amazing insights from his focus groups with real people and surprising revelations from his own polls, Greenberg shows why the GOP is losing its defining battle. He explores why the 2018 election, when the New America fought back, was no fluke. And he predicts that in 2020 the party of Lincoln will be left to the survivors, opening America up to a new era of renewal and progress.



About the Author

STANLEY B. GREENBERG is the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller It's the Middle Class, Stupid! and polling adviser to presidents, prime ministers, and CEOs across the globe. He lives in Connecticut and Washington, D.C., with his wife, Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT).


Praise For RIP GOP: How the New America Is Dooming the Republicans

"In these trying times, Greenberg gives us rational cause to be optimistic about the victory of a progressive New America. Engrossing, thoughtful, and carefully reasoned." —Robert B. Reich