05/23/2014 04:25 pm ET Updated May 30, 2014

What Does Your Last Name Say About How You Vote?

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TargetSmart Communications, a Democratic data firm, used its voter data to find out which way people lean politically -- and how likely they are to vote this Election Day -- based on last names.

As you might expect, the majority of Clintons registered to vote are Democrats, while two-thirds of Romneys are Republicans. Bushes, however, are split about evenly, and the vast majority of Rubios and Jindals vote blue. Voters named Obama number fewer than 100 -- the minimal level for inclusion -- although we can probably take a guess.

(If you're curious what your first name says, there's a widget for that, too.)

You can see the stats for your name here, or by entering your name below.


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