The 45 House Republicans who have most consistently pushed their caucus to brinkmanship represent districts (mostly in the Deep South) that are significantly worse off economically than the nation at large, the Washington Post reported. “The median income in those districts last year was 7 percent lower than the national median, according to the Census Bureau,” the Post said. “The unemployment rate averaged 10 percent. That was almost 2 percentage points higher than the national rate, and 2 percentage points higher than the overall rate in the states that contain each district.”
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