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Despite the ugly discord of the recent midterm campaigning, it's heartening to hear that Democrats and Republicans share some surprising common ground, according to some new analytics from Facebook.
Facebook looked at everyone who “Liked” campaign pages of Democrats and Republicans running for governor, the Senate, or the House – and examined their other page "Likes."
Take a look at the graphics in the video. The more an artist or author or place is disproportionately "Liked" by supporters of one side or the other, the farther it appears to the left or right.
Republicans' taste in music skewed, not surprisingly, toward country artists, while Democrats (also not surprisingly) love the Beatles and Bob Marley. Members of both parties like Taylor Swift (as does my 6-year old daughter who as far as I know has no party affiliation). But I'm scratching my head over this one: the Empire State Building was disproportionately liked more by Democrats.
The destination both Dems and Republicans could agree on was the Jersey Shore – perhaps it was all that Christie-Obama bonding on the boardwalk after Hurricane Sandy…