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What Your Books And Websites Say About Your Politics

Conservative readers love Drudge and Ayn Rand; liberals like the Times and Noam Chomsky; and there’s not much in the middle. The last infographic from Engage.

The infographics use data from Engage’s Trendsetter app, a tool that cross-references polling data with influence and page “likes” from Facebook. Engage measures turnout by affinity toward politics and politicians, assuming that the more likely you are to “like” a politician of any party on Facebook, the more probable it is you’ll vote on Nov. 6.

In the week leading up to the election, Engage rolled out 12 infographics with BuzzFeed that break down what your preferences — for food and alcohol, television and books, movies and games — say about your politics.

Check out more articles on BuzzFeed.com!

Ruby Cramer is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
 
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