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How Popular In D.C. Are You, Really?
You are not popular at all. You should probably come to the BuzzFeed party.
You are popular. Not, like, athlete popular. But popular. You go to a lot of happy hours and hand out a lot of business cards.
You're pretty popular. Members of Congress may bother pretending to remember your name at these parties.
You are extremely popular. You got this way by obsessively reading the indexes of Washington power books.
You may be a terrible person, but you will be welcome at Tammy Haddad's brunch.
Katherine Miller is the political editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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