Sports and Politics Do Mix

Sports Metaphors Are Useful, for Politicians. Politicians speak in sports metaphors like it’s their first language — and analysis of proprietary data from IQM, an AI solutions provider utilized for microtargeting voters, found they’re right to do so. Professional sports fandom cuts across party lines, with almost exactly the same percentage of Democrats as Republicans in each state declaring themselves fans of football, baseball, and hockey. So, if you want to talk across the aisle, speak the language of “goals” and “touchdowns” and “home runs.”

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Why​ ​chocolate​ ​lovers​ ​are​ ​more​ ​likely​ ​to​ ​sleep​ ​better?

It is a truth, universally acknowledged that Liberals and Conservatives find themselves at staunchly opposed positions in a politically charged atmosphere. However, this stark contrast isn’t solely limited to their political stance but also seeps into their lifestyle choices. Based on these find out if you’re more likely to be a Democrat or a Republican:

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How​ ​the​ ​politics​ ​of​ ​consumption​ ​affects​ ​the​ ​consumption​ ​of politics

Merriam Webster defines the term “Politics” as : “competition between competing interest groups or individuals for power and leadership (as in a government)”.

This definition sounds a lot like the competition in a free capitalist market. The similarity between these two concepts is more than notional. Winning an election or getting hold of the majority share of a market are two flavours of the same cereal. The broad process in which this happens is well known. There is a product (or policy) which is developed. Subsequently the consumers, (or voters) are convinced of this entity’s superiority over the alternatives. They are then provided with cues, both conscious and otherwise to make a choice in favour of one particular product (or party).

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How​ ​Animal​ ​Rights​ ​Activism​ ​contributed​ ​to​ ​the​ ​drop​ ​of​ ​egg prices​ ​across​ ​the​ ​United​ ​States

Be it sunny side up with strips of bacon, boiled, poached or scrambled, eggs are one of the most popular foods consumed all over the world. Full of micronutrients, low in carbohydrates and high in proteins, eggs are a healthy source of nutrients for anyone. Given the popularity of this commodity, the current market trend would come as good news for most citizens. Due to a large surplus in egg production this year, egg prices are lowest for this time of the year in at least a decade.

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