THE PAR­TI­SAN CARS

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Oh, those driv­ing con­cerns. A new Au­tolist con­sumer sur­vey re­ports this: “Hil­lary Clin­ton’s sup­port­ers most fre­quently choose the com­pact Honda Civic, whereas Don­ald Trump sup­port­ers opt for the beefier Ford F-150.” The mar­ket re­search group also says that over­all, Hil­lary vot­ers tend to drive Ja­panese mod­els whereas Trump vot­ers “pre­fer cars that are made in Amer­ica.”

And pre­dictably, the Clin­ton vot­ers are most con­cerned with buy­ing a hy­brid ve­hi­cle, fol­lowed by buy­ing an elec­tric ve­hi­cle and sen­si­ble gas mileage. For the Trump folks, “en­gine horse­power and torque” is the top pri­or­ity, fol­lowed by cargo ca­pac­ity and over­all ve­hi­cle size.

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