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Automotive Politics

An interesting article in today's New York Times explores the relationship between car buying and one's political affiliation:

Among their findings: buyers of American cars tend to be Republican - except, for some reason, those who buy Pontiacs, who tend to be Democrats. Foreign-brand compact cars are usually bought by Democrats - but not Mini Coopers, which are bought by almost equal numbers of Democrats and Republicans. And Volvos may not actually represent quite what you think.

An interesting and insightful read.

Hat Tip: Derik Mantel for the heads up.


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