So says Shapiro, anyway.
A Reuters-Ipsos poll of tens of thousands of registered, self-described conservatives who intend to vote in the mid-terms suggests that, at least when it comes to political outcomes, Benny Passports is incorrect. The following graph shows the percentages of conservatives who plan on voting for the congressional Democrat candidate in a two-way race next month (the residuals not shown are the percentages of each who plan on voting Republican):
For more than 4-in-5 conservative blacks, whatever the conservative party is selling isn’t enough to overcome the attractiveness of supporting the de facto liberal non-white party just to vote for the de facto conservative white party. The same is true for approaching half of conservative Asians and Hispanics, and for 1-in-3 conservative Jews.