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The Globe and Mail: What voters drink reveal how voters vote

Jan 14, 2014, 06:24 AM by Beppi Crosarial
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Fans of clear spirits, vodka and gin, tend to back the Democratic party. Those favoring amber liquor are more in step with Republicans. Do Canadian tastes follow suit?

 

 

 

A 2011 analysis of federal election results in Ontario reveals that Conservative voters have a higher propensity to drink rye and rum, while Liberals get more kicks from wine, gin, scotch, cognac and beer. 

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