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How Popular In D.C. Are You, Really?

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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.

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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.

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You're pretty popular. Members of Congress may bother pretending to remember your name at these parties.

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You are extremely popular. You got this way by obsessively reading the indexes of Washington power books.

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You may be a terrible person, but you will be welcome at Tammy Haddad's brunch.

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Katherine Miller is the political editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

Contact Katherine Miller at katherine.miller@buzzfeed.com.

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