Conservative women are more attractive than left-wing females, according to a new European study of thousands of faces.
According to the study, published by Scientific Reports, attractive women were more likely to be “right-wing.”
Women whose faces displayed contempt, meanwhile, were more likely to be “left-wing.”
Danish and Swedish researchers used a deep-learning artificial intelligence, called a neural network, to perform the study.
But the purpose was not to determine who is more attractive.
The real purpose was to raise the alarm about how artificial intelligence can correctly guess a person’s political views based on limited data like a selfie.
The scientists think this could be abused by big brother.
“Our results confirmed the threat to privacy posed by deep learning approaches,” the researchers wrote.
A new study shows that good looking women are more likely to be right wingers. Angry and bitter women are more likely to be left wing.
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— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 21, 2023
According to Eviemagazine:
In the end, they were left with 4,647 images, with 1,442 of them being female.
The sample was divided by both genders, and the algorithm was applied to them separately.
They found that masculinity and attractiveness weren’t linked to ideology in men, but happy faces (both men and women) were likely to be representatives of right-wing parties.
Meanwhile, politicians who had a neutral expression or showed contempt were more likely to represent left-wing ideologies.
How interesting, but we’re not surprised.
Three years ago, we reported on a study that revealed over half of white, liberal women under 30 have a mental health disorder.
These findings were backed by more recent data that showed that liberal women are statistically the unhappiest and most mentally ill demographic in America.
As we all know, most U.S. media leans to the left.
So could the harmful narratives and advice be the reason for liberal women’s unhappiness?
Believe it or not, this is not the first study to come out on attractiveness and political beliefs.
In 2018, a study published in the Journal of Public Economics echoed these findings by stating that attractive people were likelier to be right-wing.
Authors Rolfe Dause Pterson and Carl Palmer wrote, “Controlling for socioeconomic status, we found that more attractive individuals are more likely to report higher levels of political efficacy, identify as conservative and identify as Republican.”