People have debated a long time about whether republicans or democrats have created more jobs. Steven Soft, who is an economist, has provided people with an answer to the debate. He created a graph that analyzed job growth over the past 72 years. He used data from the Bureau Of Labor Statistics. Steven found that while 58 million jobs have been created under democratic leadership over the past 36 years, only 28 million jobs were created under republican leadership.
Steven also looked at the number of private sector jobs that were created under republican and democratic leadership. Private sector jobs increased by one percent per year under republican leadership while jobs increased by three percent under democratic leadership.
It is important to note that while more jobs are being created under democratic leadership, overall job growth is getting ready to slow down. Steven also found that income growth, debt percentage, stock market and GDP also do better under democratic leadership. There is a book written by Michael Kannel and Mike Kimel entitled “Presimetrics.” It explains in detail which party is better for the economy.
Even though Steven presented facts that support his argument, there are still many people who say that it is not correct. They have also stated that the data presented in the article is misleading.