New paper out: Smart and Poor, or Rich and Dull? A U.S. County-Level Analysis of the Relationship between IQ and Presidential-Election Voting Behavior

Kirkegaard, E. O. W., & Pesta, B. J. (2019). Smart and Poor, or Rich and Dull? A U.S. County-Level Analysis of the Relationship between IQ and Presidential-Election Voting Behavior. Mankind Quarterly, 60(2). A small research stream exists which focuses on relationships between political ideology (inferred from voting behavior) and the intelligence of geopolitical sub-divisions such…

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Examining the S factor in US states

Abstract A dataset of 25 diverse socioeconomic indicators for US states was compiled and subjected to factor analysis. Results showed that Washington DC was a strong outlier, but if it is excluded, then the S factor correlated strongly with state IQ (based on NAEP) at .75. Ethnoracial demographics of the states were related to the…

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