Science and Technology : Why Conservatives Might Be Left Out of the Next Wave of Tech

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    Why Conservatives Might Be Left Out of the Next Wave of Tech


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    (The Atlantic/Pew/Reuters)

    It’s one of those stats that just smacks you across the face: In a recent Pew poll, only four percent—4%!—of consistent conservatives want to live in America’s cities.

    Meanwhile, about a quarter of people with mixed political views want to live in cities more than they want to live in small towns, suburbs, or rural areas. And nearly 46 percent of consistently liberal people want to live in cities.


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    https://www.yahoo.com/tech/why-conservatives-might-be-left-out-of-the-next-wave-of-89054627874.html



     
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