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The study found that ugly people tend to be left-handed

According to a study by Stanford University in the United States, people who feel “unattractive”, that is, ugly, are more likely to support left-wing political movements.

Conducting the research conducted by the professor Margaret Neal and PhD student, Peter Bellamy, had the students rate their own physical capabilities for gravity.

Then, all the students, ugly or beautiful, were taken to watch a short documentary about Occupy, the movement that took the streets of New York in 2011 and claimed to protest “economic inequality” in the United States.

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The perception of one’s physical beauty has a greater influence on one’s mentality than previously thought. When asked if they would donate a $50 lottery ticket to the movement, those who felt less attractive were twice as likely to donate.

Neal and Bellamy revealed that those who feel beautiful tend to believe they belong to a higher social class and believe that hierarchies are a legitimate form of CSO.

Explain better: If you are (or think you are) attractive, you tend to identify with a higher social class and understand that hierarchy is a legitimate form of organization in society.

That is, you tend to respect the family, the church, business organization, and teachers, in short, you work, study, form a family, and pass these values ​​on to your children, because you are part of it. Whereas the “small feature” tends to be more revolutionary.

Empirically, it is possible to understand that someone feels ugly and rejected by society (relationship, friends, work, etc.)