Can liberals shut up about the plight of the poor man, when Conservatives donate more money to charity?

- Although liberal families' incomes average 6 percent higher than those of conservative families, conservative-headed households give, on average, 30 percent more to charity than the average liberal-headed household ($1,600 per year vs. $1,227).

-- Conservatives also donate more time and give more blood.

-- Residents of the states that voted for John Kerry in 2004 gave smaller percentages of their incomes to charity than did residents of states that voted for George Bush.

-- Bush carried 24 of the 25 states where charitable giving was above average.

-- In the 10 reddest states, in which Bush got more than 60 percent majorities, the average percentage of personal income donated to charity was 3.5. Residents of the bluest states, which gave Bush less than 40 percent, donated just 1.9 percent.

-- People who reject the idea that "government has a responsibility to reduce income inequality" give an average of four times more than people who accept that proposition.

If you really cared you would be donating money and doing volunteer work. GFY Hypocrites.

11 Answers

  • righty
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    ya they are pretty sad arent they? they call us greedy when we give more than they do. the amount churches give to the poor isnt even mentioned. they are mostly conservative. sad liberals. its a sickness really. i feel sorry for them.

    wow look at scott monster. what a douche. church's open way more shelters and give more money than he ever has. but he just lied and said other wise becaues he doesnt like the statistic. sad. liberals arent going to like this one. they are going to make the gayest excuses ever

  • Sally
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Conservatives give more? Sure. Buying in Gucci. Who told you that lie? Homer Simpson? Balony! Republican conservatives are the stingiest people on planet Earth and beyond! You lie? HA HA!

  • 1 decade ago

    Liberals do not give much to charity because they feel that the government should be taking care of everyone.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Since 2000 our liberal donations have been to political issues and Democratic candidates. In the long run a more liberal progressive country will benefit more of those in need. Hopefully with good paying jobs.

  • 1 decade ago

    Liberals want a lot of money to go to help poor people... as long as it is other people giving the money. They are happy to take other people's money.

    Edit-- Hahaha, homegirl is delusional...

    "In the long run a more liberal progressive country will benefit more of those in need. Hopefully with good paying jobs."

    The only thing a liberal progressive country does is put more and more people on welfare.

  • 1 decade ago

    Yep, take a look at Joe "tight wad" Biden and his $3,600 in donations over a 10 year period.

  • 1 decade ago

    thats only half the picture. That only counts for dontations that people declare, not what they actually give. And frankly, giving to the Church doesn't really help the poor.

    I've personally donated both my time and my money without declaring a penny. Can you claim that?

  • Will
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    You use Real clear as a reliable source. That's a joke right from the get go. FAILED

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    "The single biggest predictor of someone's (charitable giving)... is religion...(T)he least charitable cohort is a relatively small one -- secular conservatives."

    Source(s): Your linked article
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