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Excerpt: /226/ Science Says: No Woke Aufhebunga Bunga

On the Jacobin & YouGov survey of the US working class.   A study (pdf) carried out by YouGov on behalf of Jacobin magazine and the Center for Working-Class Politics has learned that "working-class voters prefer progressive candidates who focus primarily on bread-and-butter economic issues, and who frame those issues in universal terms." What can we learn from the study, beyond the obvious? What are its limitations, who is it for, and what does the survey say about those who commissioned it?   Plus: does it make sense to frame your politics as 'anti-woke'?   Reading: Jacobin executive summary Full report (pdf)
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