Repub­li­cans need high-turnout elec­tions

Republicans need high-turnout elections

For the longest time, it was gen­er­al­ly assumed that high-turnout elec­tions would ben­e­fit the Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty. But recent polling and elec­tion data sug­gest that this con­ven­tion­al think­ing is dis­con­nect­ed from real­i­ty.
Accord­ing to a recent poll of the 2024 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, those who had vot­ed in mul­ti­ple elec­tions since 2018 were more like­ly to vote for Democ­rats, while those who had vot­ed in few­er elec­tions were more like­ly to vote for Repub­li­cans.
The poll was con­duct­ed by the Uni­ver­si­ty of Penn­syl­va­nia and fea­tures aston­ish­ing results that great­ly chal­lenge con­ven­tion­al think­ing on vot­er turnout. Fur­ther­more, these results hold true across all demo­graph­ics.
For vot­ers who have cast their bal­lot three times since 2018 and with­out con­side …