Two very interesting posts from the Secular Right blog:
First, a look at the relationship between income and politics. Overview of the results is:
Secular Right concludes that “the data shows the tilt toward the Right and Republicans is much greater among the wealthy without college educations than those with”. But the main point that this data shows to me is that the usual correlation between knowledge/education and liberalism is not real when you add income. That is, even though within groups democrats/liberals increase their number along with education, you can notice that across the income groups the percentage of Republicans usually increases along with income, while the percentage of Democrats/Liberals either declines or is pretty much flat with income.
Second post is about science and politics, and it shows this table:
Later it also shows some interesting data around ideology and ideas around nuclear power. Very interesting. I guess bias against science comes in many colors after all.