Does your personality influence who you voted for? The short answer is yes, no matter whether you vote Democratic or Republican. And how did the astronauts on board the ISS cast their votes? By email from space!

According to psychologist John Mayer, as Americans go to the polls in record numbers to vote for the next US president, some voters will crave social stability and others will crave social change. Liberals and conservatives divide according to these personality preferences.
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A longtime pollster says that media polls are not used touncover the “will” or thoughts of the public, but rather tomanufacture a “public opinion” that grabs the attention ofjournalists and can be used to fill media news holes.

In the 13 years David Moore worked for the Gallup Poll, helearned he learned some things about how polls really work.In the fall of 2007, media pollsters reported a solid leadfor Hillary Clinton among Democratic primary candidates andcrowned Rudy Giuliani the national Republican frontrunner.Clinton’s lead evaporated in the first contest and Giulianilater dropped out of the race without having won a singledelegate.
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