Wednesday, January 03, 2007

"Who gives, who doesn't"

"In total, conservative households donate about 30 percent more money to charity each year than liberal households, Mr. Brooks has found. Don't plumb this for hidden political significance. The explanation: Churchgoing America is both disproportionately conservative and much likelier to give to charity than non-observant, disproportionately liberal America."

"The discrepancy also crops up in nonfinancial matters. For instance, if liberals were to give blood at the rates that conservatives do, America's blood supply would rise by 45 percent, Mr. Brooks found."

From The Washington Times

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