People often assume that people from certain demographics follow certain patterns. For example, there are stereotypes that claim that people from the military tend to vote Republican. How true are these stereotypes? Let’s go to California to find out. Below are maps of California showing those who have military status, teaching jobs, and those who have jobs in the clergy. Each map is colored by what party those individuals are registered as. Are the results what you expected ?
Comparing Voter Affiliation with Occupation
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