Left, Right, Left, Right…

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Thirsty?

What you're drinking might tell us something about which way your dangling chad will hang. :-)

Really! Consumer data suggests Democrats prefer clear spirits, while Republicans like their brown liquor.

Democratic drinkers are more likely to sip Absolut and Grey Goose vodkas, while Republican tipplers are more likely to savor Jim Beam, Canadian Club and Crown Royal.

And, perhaps not surprisingly, given the relative youth of those involved, people who take shots of Jägermeister or Don Julio are much less likely to vote.

Rum appears to be the most bipartisan drink. Both Bacardi and Captain Morgan Spiced Rum fall right in the middle of the political spectrum.

When it comes to wine, it's a mixed bag depending on the brand. But we're sure that left and right can come together if they try hard enough.

Which way do beer drinkers sway?

Well, that's another story (we'll cover that on Tuesday).

All are welcome to drink with us today, we won't judge!

The research above comes from consumer data supplied by GFK MRI, and analyzed by Jennifer Dube of National Media Research Planning and Placement, an Alexandria-based Republican consulting firm.