The Real Reason Liberals Drink Lattes

@article{Mutz2018TheRR,
  title={The Real Reason Liberals Drink Lattes},
  author={Diana C. Mutz and J. S. Rao},
  journal={PS: Political Science \& Politics},
  year={2018},
  volume={51},
  pages={762 - 767}
}
ABSTRACT Are liberals truly more likely to drink lattes than conservatives? In this study, we first use a representative national survey to address this unanswered question. On confirmation, we examine three hypotheses about why this relationship exists. Our results led to a fundamental reinterpretation of what it means to be a “latte liberal.” 
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