One reason to think it might be is demographics. Seems the white population is slowly dying out while other races are slowly increasing. In about fifty years whites will be a minority in the good Ole US of A...GASP!!According to a New York Times editorial, it is and very fast.
Let's check the facts:
A breakdown of the parties in the U.S. House of Representatives. ... 197 Republicans. 232 Democrats. 1 Libertarian. 5 Vacancies *. Live Floor Video. *Hunter (R) ...
As of 2020 there are 26 Republicans and 24 Democrats holding the office of governor in the states. There are 4 Democrats and 1 Republican (one is also a ...
In the 2014 United States Senate elections (the last regularly scheduled elections for class 2 Senate seats), the Republicans won nine seats from the Democrats and gained a majority in the Senate. Republicans defended that majority in 2016 and 2018, and now hold 53 Senate seats.
As of October 2, 2020, Republicans controlled 52.01% of all state legislative seats nationally, while Democrats held 46.77%. Republicans held a majority in 59 chambers, and Democrats held the majority in 39 chambers. One chamber (Alaska House) was sharing power between two parties.
IF you believe the NY Times, you need a reality check.HAHAHAHA!