Left-leaning charitable groups tend to raise more money than their politically conservative counterparts, but they might not be getting as much bang for the buck.

An analysis by the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) suggests that conservative foundations opposing progressive social trends – including gay marriage and women’s studies programs at universities – allocate their funds more wisely and have more success affecting public policy than groups on the left.

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