Loc: United States
Personality predicts politics<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>A person with a low NE tends to glance at a shirt, for example, and describe it as a shirt, but someone with a high NE calls it a ghastly or great shirt. The latter group tend to make more judgements about what they see. <br><br>People with a high NE were much more likely to ally themselves to either the Republican or Democratic party, be a political activist or glean political information from the media, Petty reports in the Journal of Personality1 . They were also simply more likely to vote. This was true even once their age, sex, income and education level had been taken into account. "Personality matters in politics," Petty says.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>Sounds about right, judging by the personalities in HERE... <br><br><br>[color:red]C'mon...you know me.</font color=red>
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