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The study falls into line with a plethora of earlier research that shows good-looking people tend to earn more money and achieve greater success than those of average looks. To be sure, the new study's methodology, being social science rather than hard science, is a bit squishy. Study participants looked at ideology-focused political publications and rated "physical attractiveness, placement on the continuum Right-Left, and placement on the continuum Conservative-Liberal." Trump, often described by journalists as good looking and even "dashing" when he was an up-and-coming real-estate developer in the 1970s, has long understood the power of beauty. "The bathing suits got smaller and the heels got higher and the ratings went up," he once said of his revamping of the Miss Universe pageant. But beauty is, of course, in the eye of the beholder -- and even more so in politics than in beauty pageants. So what some voters consider physical attractiveness is simply better grooming, Lonnqvist concludes. A typical "right-leaning" political candidate, it seems, tends to excel at combing their hair, while a typical left-leaning one tends to be Bernie Sanders. Lonnqvist finds it "worrying" that conservative voters attach a "high degree of importance ... to looks in political elections." And, perhaps giving away his own political viewpoint, he theorizes that it's because they are "less sophisticated." He titled his study, published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences, "Just Because You Look Good Doesn't Mean You're Right." "One possible reason for the greater influence of looks on right-wing constituents could be that they are less informed," he said.
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