It's no secret that political leanings influence how people perceive things: current events, social issues, the cast of "Jersey Shore," etc.
But, now it seems that your presidential candidate of choice may correlate with how hot you think it is outside.
According to a recent study, it breaks down like this. ...
Where you stand politically means you believe or disbelieve in climate change or global warming. If you're liberal, then you're more likely to believe in it. But, if you're conservative, then you're less likely to think that global warming is a factor. And, where you stand on that issue greatly affects whether or not you think it's hot outside -- no matter what the temperature.
People who think the climate is changing seem to be more aware of the rising temperature on a hot day, while those don't buy climate change don't seem to mind or notice.
Thankfully, as bloggers, we do our best to remain to objective politically, thus we have no real opinion on how hot it is outside ... but, that might also have to do with the fact that we stay in our air-conditioned office all day.
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