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  • American spending differs with political affiliation
  • American spending differs with political affiliation
    Chris Barbalis (2017) ©
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American spending differs with political affiliation

Research from the Journal of Consumer Research has found patterns between people's buying habits and their political affiliations. It found conservatives look for high-status luxury products, while liberals are drawn to more unique products – a behavior brands can market to.

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