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Physically strong men more likely to have right wing political views

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Men who are strong are more likely to take a right-wing stance, while weaker men support the welfare state, researchers claim.

Their study discovered a link between a man’s upper-body strength and their political views.

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  • neitherday

    This article is incomplete. While the study indicated that high-income men with large biceps were more likely to oppose forms of income redistribution, low-income men with large biceps were more likely to support forms of income distribution.

    This has nothing to do with evolution, and more to do with mindsets and worldviews that make someone somewhat more likely or somewhat less likely to be drawn to athleticism and bodybuilding.

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