When you think of women in positions of power and authority, is the first thing that comes to mind what they look like? And if you compared voting records of female legislators, would you expect to find a difference in appearance between Republicans and Democrats?
UCLA psychology researchers Colleen Carpinella and Kerri Johnson did. They recently found evidence of a positive correlation between female Republican House members and feminine facial features.
Will this study stand the test of time and scientific scrutiny? If so, just why might this relationship exist? Watch the video above and sound off by taking the poll and leaving a comment below. Come on, talk nerdy to me!
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