Following the Republican Party's losses in the 2012 elections, there has been a lot of hand-wringing about what the party should do to improve its electoral fortunes. Some argue the GOP should moderate its positions on social issues, as well as policies that affect income inequality and social mobility, and it should embrace compromise as a way to attract more voters. But others say that changing its positions risks alienating the core Republican base and diluting the party's conservative message — doing more damage in the end/NPR Staff. More here.
Question: What must the national Republican Party do to survive?