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« Reply #375 on: April 02, 2018, 10:50:24 pm »

Just finished The Office (don't judge me for waiting until 2017-18 to watch it):

Michael: This one's tough.  He's politically incorrect, but also wants to seem cool.  I almost see him as a weird Trump-Sanders swing voter.  Or may have voted for someone to make a point about gender or race (such as voting for Carson to say how much he loves black people).
Dwight: Trump or some weird candidate no one has heard of
Jim: Hard to pin down, probably pretty centrist.  May have gone for Hillary but have been open to voting for a different Republican.
Pam: Same as Jim, but probably is also a registered Republican
Angela: Religious right.  Voted Cruz in the primary and Trump in the general.
Phyllis: Conservative with neocon sympathies.  Rubio in the primaries and Trump in the general.
Meredith: Voted for Trump due to his more vulgar comments
Darryl: Probable Hillary voter, but I don't see him as all that liberal.
Kevin: Finds Trump entertaining?  Was in a bizarre uneducated awe of the election.
Ryan: Becomes anti-capitalist as the show goes on, but doesn't find anyone idealistic enough.  Writes somebody in.
Kelly: Liked Trump on The Apprentice and hates Hillary's pantsuits, so she voted for Trump.
Toby: Martin O'Malley or Ben Carson because no one lets them talk
Oscar: Atheist, gay liberal Democrat.  Probably not revolutionary enough to support Bernie though.
Andy: Kasich/Rubio voter to appease upper-class WASP sentiments.  Votes Johnson in the general.
Erin: Actually appears to have been raised a devout Christian, but wouldn't like Trump's rhetoric or pessimism.  Abstains, after voting Cruz or Kasich in the primary after Rubio dropped out.
Gabe: Atheist and seems to prefer foreign cultures to America, so probably a Democrat.  I'll guess Bernie.
Jo: Friend of Nancy Pelosi.  Hillary Clinton voter for sure.
Robert California: Who knows, but probably Trump or Johnson
Roy: Union Democrat who voted for Trump in 2016
Jan: Business Republican turned Hillary voter, quite liberal on social issues
Holly: Moderately libertarian Democrat.  Voted Hillary in the primary and general.
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« Reply #376 on: April 02, 2018, 11:03:01 pm »

House M.D.

House- Solid Democrat.
Foreman- Republican, but voted for Obama.
Chase- Doesnt vote.
Wilson- Dem obviously due to being jewish.
Cuddy- See above.
Cameron- her outlook on life means she's probably lib.

House strikes me as a Left Libertarian
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« Reply #377 on: April 10, 2018, 12:36:53 pm »

The Office (2008, 2012, 2016)

Jim: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)
Pam: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Dwight: McCain, Johnson, Johnson (Ron and Rand in GOP primaries)
Michael: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primary)
Andy: McCain, Romney, McMullin (Kasich in primary)
Kevin: Obama, Obama, Trump (Bernie in primary)
Phyllis: McCain, Romney, Hillary
Stanley: Obama, Obama, Hillary
Meredith: Nader, Stein, Stein
Erin: Obama, Obama, Hillary
Oscar: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
Creed: Write-ins
Toby: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Bernie in primsry)
Angela: McCain, Romney, Trump (Rubio in primary)
Darryl: Obama, Obama, Hillary (Hillary in primary)
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« Reply #378 on: April 15, 2018, 05:38:57 pm »

TOS
Kirk: TRUMP (if anyone could forgive the Access Hollywood tape its this guy)
Spock: ABSTAIN (that smug guy who tells you one vote can’t make a difference)
McCoy: JOHNSON (strikes me as a guy who doesn’t want “government getting in his way”)
Scotty: STURGEON (she’s quite populist, pulls pints on the stump)
Uhura: HILLARY (from one glass ceiling to another)
Sulu: ABE?
Chekov: Protest ABSTENTION against Putin

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Picard: HILLARY, BERNIE in the primary (socially liberal, pro-international diplomacy, definitely NeverTrump)
Riker: TRUMP (the guy who tells people he’s voting for Hillary or Johnson but has a conviction in the booth)
Worf: MCCAIN WRITEIN (“Kahless was not on the ballot”, picked the most worthy warrior)
Data: HILLARY (empathises with her struggle to project warmth)
Crusher: HILLARY (turned off by Trump’s anti-intellectualism)
Troi: STEIN (idealistic to the core, turned off by Hillary’s stiffness)

DS9
Sisko: MCMULLIN (ideologically rigid, refuses to pick the lesser of two ‘evils’)

VOY
Janeway: HILLARY ABSENTEE (pretty enthusiastic Hillary backer, ideologically very close (intervention, social issues etc))

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Archer: forgot to register to vote.

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Burnham: BERNIE in the primary, unable to vote in GE due to conviction
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« Reply #379 on: May 17, 2018, 08:26:10 am »

3rd Rock from the Sun:
Dick: Huckabee, for the same reason he voted for Hecky Mulligan ("Funny name, I like that in a [President]"). Writes in Mary in the general ("That self-serving bitch!").
Sally: Hillary (she is The Woman, after all)
Harry: Eats his ballot instead of casting it
Tommy: Bernie, Hillary in the general (I don't know, he always struck me as a generic liberal millenial for some reason)

Of course, none of them actually care enough to vote, and they haven't been to Earth since 2001. Also, Frank Gansmiller totally gets MeToo'd.
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« Reply #380 on: May 28, 2018, 12:44:01 am »

Cheers:

Sam Malone: Probably an ancestral Democrat but not very political in general, might in the present trend towards the right due to an antipathy to feminism not allowing him to get away with sexually harassing women in bars as much as he used to.

Diane Chambers: Stereotypical elitist liberal, probably supported Anderson in 1980 but voted Democrat in every election after that and in 2018 is #stillwithher and tweeting nonstop about Russiagate.

Norm Peterson: fiscally conservative+socially liberal Atari Democrat.

Cliff Claven: Reagan Democrat in the 1980s, in his retirement though with his union pension in the 2010s he begins drifting to the hard right. First in 2010 his love of history leads him to become involved in the Tea Party movement. In 2016 he supports Ted Cruz in the primary and is initially a #nevertrumper but eventually comes around. Is a staunch believer in pizzagate and Qanon.

Carla Tortelli: Lifelong working class Boston Democrat. In 2008 supported Hillary in the primary and easily voted for Obama in the general. In 2016 Bernie in the primary and Hillary in the general.
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« Reply #381 on: May 30, 2018, 05:17:42 pm »

Anyone done Glee yet?

Rachel Berry: Young woman with gay parents, probably the best example of the "Jewish-American Princess" trope I've ever seen, very much a New Yorker and probably more sympathetic to Clinton than most people but voted for Sanders in the primary and of course Clinton in the general.

Kurt Hummel: Young gay white man, I see him being more of a Northeastern John Kerry style solid liberal, and voting for Sanders in the primary, but still pretty enthusiastically Clinton in the general.

Mercedes Jones: Given her role as a stereotypical black church lady, I see her being an "Establishment Democrat" Obama/Clinton supporter through and through. Voted for Clinton in both the primary and the general.

Santana Lopez: More apolitical than most of them, voting mostly in support of liberal social issues. For some reason I can see her being extremely sympathetic to Ron Paul libertarianism if given the choice, but in an election between an establishment Republican or an establishment Democrat, would choose the Democrat every time. Didn't vote in primary, voted for Clinton in the general simply due to disgust with Trump.

Sam Evans: One of the few Glee club members I can honestly see being a Republican. I'd call him a George W. Bush style Republican, although slightly more liberal on social issues like LGBT rights. Voted in the Republican primary for Rubio, but would have found Bush or Cruz also acceptable. Voted in the general for Gary Johnson.

Will Schuster: Progressive Democrat in the mold of Barack Obama, completely. Voted in the primary for Sanders and general for Clinton.

Sue Sylvester: Interestingly, one of the characters with more fleshed out political views. I remember a scene where she had passionately supported every Republican going back to at least Bob Dole in 1996. Definitely a partisan Republican, probably on the more hawkish side, given her admiration for neoconservative politicians in particular. Voted for Kasich in the primary, Trump in the general.

Artie Abrams: Seems almost completely apolitical in my mind. I imagine he's a dead-on Centrist who acts as a pretty good bellwether, given that neither candidate is too extreme. Didn't vote in primary, I don't see him voting in the general unless disgust with Trump's social views gets him to vote for Clinton. I doubt it though.

Quinn Fabray: Country Club Republican. Would fit in well in Arlington, VA or Orange County, CA. Voted in the primary for Kasich, and voted for Trump in the general simply because of the (R) next to his name.

Burt Hummel: Neoliberal progressive Democrat. Voted in the primary and general for Clinton.

Blaine Anderson: Close to apolitical, but liberal social views keep him voting for Democrats. Voted for Sanders in the primary and Clinton in the general.

Brittany Pierce: Solid Democrat. Left of center in most all areas, but never far to the left of center. Sanders in primary, Clinton in general.

Noah Puckerman: Republican, but more liberal than most Republicans. Voted for Kasich in the primary and Johnson in the general.

Tina Cohen-Chang: The kind of Democrat you'd find in Silicon Valley, probably further to the left socially than economically. Voted in both the primary and the general for Clinton.
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« Reply #382 on: May 31, 2018, 02:04:37 pm »

Lucille (1) would have been a Trump voter for sure
Absolutely. There have been a number of things she's said over the course of the series that made me think "yep, she'd vote for Trump."


Michael: Clinton (Romney in '12)
George Sr: Trump
Oscar: Stein
Lucille: Trump
GOB: Trump (low information, probably swing voter)
Lindsay: Clinton
Tobias: Clinton
Buster: Clinton
George Michael: Clinton
Maeby: Trump (to rebel against her parents)

Annyong: didn't vote, too busy plotting against the Bluths
STEVE HOLT!: Trump
Marta: Clinton
The Narrator: Clinton
Barry Zuckercorn: Zoltan Istvan, probably
Gene Parmesan: Clinton
J. Walter Weatherman: Trump?
Stan Sitwell: Clinton
Sally Sitwell: Clinton
Bob Loblaw: Clinton
"Who?" "Her?" Egg Bland Yam Ann: wrote in Ted Cruz
Kitty: Stein
Wayne Jarvis: Clinton
Maggie Lizer: Clinton
Lucille Austero: Clinton
Lupe: Clinton
Carl Weathers: Trump (tax cuts)
Dr. Fishman: Clinton
David Carter: Clinton
Officer Taylor: Clinton
Franklin D. Bluth: Stein?
Ice: Clinton
Phillip Litt: Trump
Frank Wrench: Darrell Castle
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« Reply #383 on: June 06, 2018, 07:38:30 am »

Of the 14 Glee characters I listed, this is how I would imagine their votes if they had all voted since 2004:

- 7 are Solid Democrats who would have voted Democrat in every Presidential election since 2004 (Rachel Berry, Kurt Hummel, Mercedes Jones, Will Schuster, Blaine Anderson, Brittany Pierce, and Tina Cohen-Chang)

- 2 are Lean Democrat who would have voted for the Democrat in 3 of 4 Presidential elections since 2004 (Santana Lopez and Burt Hummel)

- 1 is pure tossup who would have voted for the Republican twice and the Democrat twice (Artie Abrams)

- 2 are Lean Republican, who would have voted Republican in 3 out of 4 elections since 2004 (Sam Evans, Noah Puckerman)

- 2 are Solid Republican who would have voted Republican in every election since 2004 (Sue Sylvester, Quinn Fabray)
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« Reply #384 on: June 18, 2018, 05:54:20 pm »

The Ranch:

Everybody votes Republican except Maggie, that random protester girl Rooster met in the bar, and maybe Heather (but probably not after she seemed to realize that abortion was wrong at the last minute).  I know a couple characters like Engineer Jen and either Brenda or Jo-Ann (can't remember which one) were Democrats at some point in their lives, but they would be Republicans today.  The only differences are level of political enthusiasm and the Trump vs. Cruz divide.
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« Reply #385 on: July 03, 2018, 08:33:11 pm »

Various anime characters
Light Yagami (Death Note)- wouldíve voted for Hillary. Both are criminals who think theyíre doing the right thing. Both support murder (in Hillaryís case itís Abortion)
Ryuk (Death Note)- See above
Goku (Dragon Ball franchise)- Trump. Both are heroes who care about their world and everyone in it.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Franchise)- Hillary. Very self centered and egotistical. And so is Vegeta.
Frieza (Dragon Ball Franchise)- wants to rule the universe with an Iron fist. So Hillary.
Naruto (Naruto franchise)- votes Gary Johnson
Sasuke (Naruto Franchise)- Gary Johnson
Eren Yaeger (Attack on Titan)- Hmm. Probably Jill Stein... sadly.
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« Reply #386 on: July 08, 2018, 09:07:37 pm »

just finished the first season of The Legend of Korra I'll try to do my best with it.

Korra - Populist, anti-establishment liberal
Asami - Very close to pure independent. Elitist leans of her upbringing make her Lean R
Mako - Pragmatic independent, lean R because more agreement with "tougher" social policy
Bolin - Center-leftist, pretty establishment
Tenzin - Centrist, socially liberal with moderate economics. More concerned with keeping things together than anything.
Lin Beifong - Solid conservative
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« Reply #387 on: July 09, 2018, 01:20:40 pm »

Various anime characters
Light Yagami (Death Note)- wouldíve voted for Hillary. Both are criminals who think theyíre doing the right thing. Both support murder (in Hillaryís case itís Abortion)
Ryuk (Death Note)- See above
Goku (Dragon Ball franchise)- Trump. Both are heroes who care about their world and everyone in it.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball Franchise)- Hillary. Very self centered and egotistical. And so is Vegeta.
Frieza (Dragon Ball Franchise)- wants to rule the universe with an Iron fist. So Hillary.
Naruto (Naruto franchise)- votes Gary Johnson
Sasuke (Naruto Franchise)- Gary Johnson
Eren Yaeger (Attack on Titan)- Hmm. Probably Jill Stein... sadly.


I could easily see the whole cast of AoT being socialists. There's hints here and there, especially from Levi.
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« Reply #388 on: July 12, 2018, 12:33:44 am »

Jim: Hillary
Pam: Bernie
Dwight: Libertarian
Michael: Crossed the x in the wrong places
Andy: Trump
Kevin: Trump
Phyllis: Hillary
Stanley: Hillary
Meredith: Trump
Erin: Stein
Oscar: Hillary
Creed: Romney for 2020
Toby: Bernie
Angela: Trump
Daryl: Hillary

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« Reply #389 on: July 12, 2018, 12:32:56 pm »

just finished the first season of The Legend of Korra I'll try to do my best with it.

Korra - Populist, anti-establishment liberal
Asami - Very close to pure independent. Elitist leans of her upbringing make her Lean R
Mako - Pragmatic independent, lean R because more agreement with "tougher" social policy
Bolin - Center-leftist, pretty establishment
Tenzin - Centrist, socially liberal with moderate economics. More concerned with keeping things together than anything.
Lin Beifong - Solid conservative

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« Reply #390 on: July 12, 2018, 12:56:51 pm »

just finished the first season of The Legend of Korra I'll try to do my best with it.

Korra - Populist, anti-establishment liberal
Asami - Very close to pure independent. Elitist leans of her upbringing make her Lean R
Mako - Pragmatic independent, lean R because more agreement with "tougher" social policy
Bolin - Center-leftist, pretty establishment
Tenzin - Centrist, socially liberal with moderate economics. More concerned with keeping things together than anything.
Lin Beifong - Solid conservative

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my fiancee has the series on bluray, i'm halfway through season 2 now. my opinion of Korra has changed a bit. She seems pretty intense about human rights, I could see her being pretty hawkish in terms of foreign intervention if it's done for humanitarian reasons.
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« Reply #391 on: July 12, 2018, 01:10:54 pm »

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Jack Bauer: Evan McMullin(Would be a never Trump Republican in 2016)
David Palmer: Hillary Clinton(Only time he would have voted Republican was 2004)
Tony Almeida: Evan McMullin
Michelle Dressler: Hillary Clinton
Chloe O Brien : Hillary Clinton
Bill Buchanan: Hillary Clinton

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« Reply #392 on: July 12, 2018, 09:23:43 pm »

Tradtl WWC vote for Trump
Al Bundy
Clint Eastwood
Syvester Stallone
Arnold Schwarzenegger
George Carl

Don Knotts Hillary Clinton also called " RF"
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