New Republic Challenges View On Redistricting And GOP
An interesting article in New Republic (hardly a right wing rag) challenges the view that GOP redistricting is responsible for their retaining control of the House.
The basic thrust of the article is that Democratic voters tend to be concentrated in urban areas while Republicans are more spread out in rural areas. The result is 85% D districts in the cities and 55% R districts in the country.
It is well worth reading.