Clear Political Divide Between Cat And Dog People - The Reykjavik Grapevine

Clear Political Divide Between Cat And Dog People

Published May 7, 2015

People who support the government are more likely to live in homes with dogs in them, while people that oppose the government are more likely to live in homes with cats, according to a poll by MMR.

Of the 1,001 individuals who answered the poll, which was conducted from April 16 to 21, 39% lived in homes with pets, of which 20% said they had a dog and 18% a cat.

Of the dog people, 28% support the government and 17% are against it. Of the cat people, 13% support the government and 19% are against it.

There is no news on where the furless coalition of fish, reptile and bird owners stand on the current government.

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