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Conservatives vs. Liberals: Food Edition

Courtesy of Mashable (and because it's Friday), here's an interesting infographic "revealing" how conservatives and liberals differ when it comes to food consumption habits and preferences:

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Hmm.  I sided with "liberals" on seafood, pizza, and pretty much all beverages, but I was a clear "conservative" on breakfast, tacos, and pasta.  Then again, as Townhall's resident RINO, I suppose this culinary confusion is befitting. 

Therefore, I'll turn to you, beloved commenters:  Is this a useful sociological predictor, or a frivolous/inaccurate waste of time?   

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