Abraham Lincoln was a Republican when he ran for President . In fact, he was the first Republican elected to the Presidency. Before the Republican Party was formed, he was a Whig (1832-1854). In 1864, the national Republican Party changed its name to National Union Party in order to attract pro war Democrats and border state unionists who would not vote for a Republican.
This is a difficult question to answer, because the data do not support a simple "Democrats are X and Republicans are Y" interpretation. There are some politicians who like to link "atheism" and "Democrats" (usually this claim is linked with the claim that Republicans are much more religious and therefore better to vote for), but statistics show no firm correlation between political party and belief in a religion. In fact, there are atheists and agnostics in both parties. But you probably would not know that, since the media tend to focus on extremes, and at this point in our politics, the extremely religious (usually members of conservative Christian denominations) are very dominant in the Republican party. This means the Republicans who espouse conservative Christian views get the majority of the interviews and since this view seems to attract the Republican base, numerous candidates who want to get elected make religiosity an issue. But that does not mean that all Republicans are conservative Christians, nor does it mean that all Democrats are godless. According to studies conducted by reputable demographers, about 14-20% (the numbers vary with the polls) of Americans identify as atheists, or as people with "no religion." Many are neither Republicans nor Democrats, preferring a libertarian candidate, or choosing candidates based on issues rather than on party. Some polls do say that a larger percentage of people with "no religion" vote for Democrats, but it is difficult to make a correlation, since a large number of people who are members of an organized religion also vote for Democrats. The Democrats as a party have members with a wide range of views, some of whom are indeed religious and others of whom are not religious at all. So, while it would thus be difficult to give a percentage of atheists who claim to be one party or the other, it is fair to say that, in our current political climate, Democrats are less dominated by conservative Christian viewpoints than Republicans are.
At present, the Republicans tend to attract more high-income members. Education is more complicated. College professors tend to favor the Democratic party, I think. Medical doctors lean toward the Republicans. People with the least education probably tend to vote for the Democrats because they tend to be the most reliant on social services which the Democrats traditionally favor. I think age is not much of a factor- people tend to pick a party and stay with it. Nothing is fixed- the party that is out of power tries to make promises that will appeal to the group that they did not attract so well in the previous election. Sometimes one of the parties will become associated with an idea that alienates them with some group of voters or some geographic area.
Southern strategy; Nixon tried to attract Southern conservative Democrats by appealing to their unhappiness with federal desegregation policies and a liberal Supreme Court.
It can attract to iron.
what will not attract to a magnet
Attract is a verb.
There was an old English word 'hei' a word used to attract attention, which later became 'hiya'. There is also a reference to a word used by the Kansan Indians which was adopted into American English
petals attract may attract animals and insects to the flower
South and North = Do attractNorth and South = Do attractSouth and South = Don't attractNorth and North = Don't attractTherefore, like magnetic poles do not attract each other.
they attract by fishing
Attract an animal.
They attract bees and can attract other bugs
Rainforests attract water vapor, it is said, but trees do not in general attract rain.
More likely they'll attract termites but yes, they may attract ants
Magnets attract iron but not paper because paper has no magnetism.
Attract means that there joined together so if there was 2 magnets and they joined that means they are attract
Anything that a magnet will attract on dry land, it will also attract in water.
You attract aphids by putting out roses.
Chlorine can not be attract by anything
Petals attract pollinators.
opposite poles attract