We used the Intersectionality Score Calculator on the current US Congress to let you see which senators are the most privileged or marginalized. Our custom software analyzed each senator for age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and 6 other factors to determine their score.
On average, Republicans are 5.3 points lower intersectionality than Democrats. This means Republicans are 17% more privileged.
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