说个好玩的 纽约时报editotial说的 Trump supporters的fridge

CleverBeaver
楼主 (北美华人网)
是不是很整洁?
Mcdonald
拜登的生活比较健康啊!!!
川普太肥了!
phlin
回复 1楼CleverBeaver的帖子
沒人喝
可口可樂? 這還是美國嗎
isomer
那些抢来的东西放不进冰箱。
落地无声
有ocd的觉得不准
CleverBeaver
“MAGA” hat? Easy: Trump supporter. A Biden-Harris tote is also an obvious giveaway. But Coffee mate? Loose eggs? We wondered if it was possible to identify Trump and Biden voters based on what''s inside their refrigerators. So we teamed up with Lucid, an online survey platform, to ask a representative sample of U.S. residents whom they’re planning to vote for — and whether they''d open their refrigerators and take a picture of the contents. Hundreds did. Peer inside and see if you can tell. Try the quiz How did you do? You guessed times and got correct, for a score of percent. So far, Times readers have made guesses, correctly matching refrigerators to a family''s favored candidate percent of the time. (We excluded images from nonvoters, undecided voters and households with voters split on their choice for president.) The current scores suggest that as a whole, we can’t distinguish people’s politics from glances into their fridges much more reliably than if we just flipped a coin. Still, some refrigerators seemed especially guessable. Here are the top correctly guessed fridges — along with those where people most often made a mistake. The best ‘clues’ Are particular items on those cold shelves reliable indicators about a family’s politics? We reached out to the comedian Justin McElroy, whose bits on the podcast “My Brother, My Brother and Me” include “Munch Squad,” a segment about “brand eating.” He agreed to review some of the images, venture a guess and share his thought process. “This is tough, but if I had to guess, the prepackaged muffins feel Trump to me,” he wrote via email. “Also, why are they in the fridge? Also, is that a huge bottle of oil? This is a confusing refrigerator.” It was this Biden fridge:
“This person keeps their peanut butter in the fridge and, as such, should be denied their right to vote,” Mr. McElroy said about another image. “Barring that, they will go Biden, because Noosa is pricey, and nothing says Democrat like pricey yogurt.” He guessed that one correctly, at least about the preferred candidate, though many players incorrectly attributed a carton of almond milk to a Biden household and bottles of Powerade as belonging to Trump supporters. We''re tracking the taps and clicks made when players are asked to pick objects they think are the best clues. Here are the objects near the most clicks. Researchers say certain brands are, indeed, correlated with how people intend to vote. According to a survey this month by MRI-Simmons, for example, people voting for Mr. Biden are more likely than the average adult to have had Grey Poupon mustard or Minute Maid orange juice (not frozen) in the house, while Trump supporters over-index on Ken''s salad dressing and Pace picante sauce. Empty shelves While the challenge of guessing a family''s politics based on a refrigerator may be a playful way to consider our similarities and differences — and our assumptions — the images are also personal glimpses into American lives, and anyone playing the game may have noticed some bare refrigerators. Empty or nearly empty fridges were split roughly evenly between Trump and Biden supporters, and it''s hard to know whether an empty refrigerator is, say, a spare someone felt safe photographing or a sign of a household without enough food. Knowing we’d be delving into these personal spaces, we asked about that. A little more than 12 percent of respondents told us their families did not have access to all of the food they needed in the previous two weeks, a proportion similar to what a U.S. Census Bureau survey found in September. Notes Lucid used an online survey available to U.S. residents using mobile phones from Sept. 25 to Sept. 30, providing the Times with 1,010 responses. For the game, we included images from people who said they planned to vote for president, planned to vote for either Mr. Trump or Mr. Biden, took the picture themselves, and gave permission to publish it. We omitted images from people who said that not all of the voters in the household supported the same candidate, as well as images that were very dark, blurry or appeared elsewhere on the internet. Here, we have shown a balance of images from Biden and Trump supporters. The top correctly and incorrectly guessed refrigerators are calculated from images for which at least 10 guesses were recorded. Guesses are recorded only from people who tried the quiz while logged into a New York Times account.
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w
woshihai
真是太好玩了
CleverBeaver
话说我18年前也去过猴父子做过类似的poll
询问political affiiation 还有买了什么牛奶
时间太久 忘了结果是什么 好像是green party最喜欢有机奶
落地无声
“MAGA” hat? Easy: Trump supporter. A Biden-Harris tote is also an obvious giveaway. But Coffee mate? Loose eggs? We wondered if it was possible to identify Trump and Biden voters based on what''s inside their refrigerators. So we teamed up with Lucid, an online survey platform, to ask a representative sample of U.S. residents whom they’re planning to vote for — and whether they''d open their refrigerators and take a picture of the contents. Hundreds did. Peer inside and see if you can tell. Try the quiz How did you do? You guessed times and got correct, for a score of percent. So far, Times readers have made guesses, correctly matching refrigerators to a family''s favored candidate percent of the time. (We excluded images from nonvoters, undecided voters and households with voters split on their choice for president.) The current scores suggest that as a whole, we can’t distinguish people’s politics from glances into their fridges much more reliably than if we just flipped a coin. Still, some refrigerators seemed especially guessable. Here are the top correctly guessed fridges — along with those where people most often made a mistake. The best ‘clues’ Are particular items on those cold shelves reliable indicators about a family’s politics? We reached out to the comedian Justin McElroy, whose bits on the podcast “My Brother, My Brother and Me” include “Munch Squad,” a segment about “brand eating.” He agreed to review some of the images, venture a guess and share his thought process. “This is tough, but if I had to guess, the prepackaged muffins feel Trump to me,” he wrote via email. “Also, why are they in the fridge? Also, is that a huge bottle of oil? This is a confusing refrigerator.” It was this Biden fridge:
“This person keeps their peanut butter in the fridge and, as such, should be denied their right to vote,” Mr. McElroy said about another image. “Barring that, they will go Biden, because Noosa is pricey, and nothing says Democrat like pricey yogurt.” He guessed that one correctly, at least about the preferred candidate, though many players incorrectly attributed a carton of almond milk to a Biden household and bottles of Powerade as belonging to Trump supporters. We''re tracking the taps and clicks made when players are asked to pick objects they think are the best clues. Here are the objects near the most clicks. Researchers say certain brands are, indeed, correlated with how people intend to vote. According to a survey this month by MRI-Simmons, for example, people voting for Mr. Biden are more likely than the average adult to have had Grey Poupon mustard or Minute Maid orange juice (not frozen) in the house, while Trump supporters over-index on Ken''s salad dressing and Pace picante sauce. Empty shelves While the challenge of guessing a family''s politics based on a refrigerator may be a playful way to consider our similarities and differences — and our assumptions — the images are also personal glimpses into American lives, and anyone playing the game may have noticed some bare refrigerators. Empty or nearly empty fridges were split roughly evenly between Trump and Biden supporters, and it''s hard to know whether an empty refrigerator is, say, a spare someone felt safe photographing or a sign of a household without enough food. Knowing we’d be delving into these personal spaces, we asked about that. A little more than 12 percent of respondents told us their families did not have access to all of the food they needed in the previous two weeks, a proportion similar to what a U.S. Census Bureau survey found in September. Notes Lucid used an online survey available to U.S. residents using mobile phones from Sept. 25 to Sept. 30, providing the Times with 1,010 responses. For the game, we included images from people who said they planned to vote for president, planned to vote for either Mr. Trump or Mr. Biden, took the picture themselves, and gave permission to publish it. We omitted images from people who said that not all of the voters in the household supported the same candidate, as well as images that were very dark, blurry or appeared elsewhere on the internet. Here, we have shown a balance of images from Biden and Trump supporters. The top correctly and incorrectly guessed refrigerators are calculated from images for which at least 10 guesses were recorded. Guesses are recorded only from people who tried the quiz while logged into a New York Times account.
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CleverBeaver 发表于 2020-10-28 11:18

我看lz的标题,还以为说的是昨天晚上trump 拉力后大家在32度以下下步行3.7miles回停车场的大型冰箱呢
CleverBeaver
有ocd的觉得不准
落地无声 发表于 2020-10-28 11:16

是的是的 后面讲述了 哪些地方有点准有点不准
蛮有趣的 就是看我们的日常习惯和我们的判断力有没有直接的关联吧
就像隔壁火灾贴里川粉认为川黑都是眼高手低生活不能自理的那种
我觉得好玩就贴过来了 现在去认真看一下
CleverBeaver
这个评论总结的挺好的
Most fun I’ve had on the internet in years. As a psychologist I immediately thought I should be good at this. An hour later and I’m finding a sense of relief in knowing I couldn’t guess better than chance. Under all our divisiveness there is definitely something adorably human that unifies us; all of us seem to make poor food choices and all of our refrigerators look like a 6-year-old was in charge of storing those poor choices.
我也试了试 60%猜对的概率 有沙拉的那个是一个trump fridge 我猜错了 😄
CleverBeaver
我看lz的标题,还以为说的是昨天晚上trump 拉力后大家在32度以下下步行3.7miles回停车场的大型冰箱呢
落地无声 发表于 2020-10-28 11:26

哦 那个真的是 总统办事 无力吐槽
ezf
品味不同
花椒妞妞
有沙拉那个我也猜错了。基本就是按照恩格尔系数猜票仓吧?其实这还蛮个体化的。如果看到有机奶和有机鸡蛋、贵的酸奶就猜biden也不准。如果看到大量垃圾饮料就猜trump也不准。
bangobunny
哈哈哈真好玩
花椒妞妞
我又试了一下,不按吃的,按照冰箱的型号选,trump的冰箱型号更fancy。看到漂亮的冰箱就点川普,感觉正确率高了
somuch
纽时越来越无聊了🥱
这个评论总结的挺好的
Most fun I’ve had on the internet in years. As a psychologist I immediately thought I should be good at this. An hour later and I’m finding a sense of relief in knowing I couldn’t guess better than chance. Under all our divisiveness there is definitely something adorably human that unifies us; all of us seem to make poor food choices and all of our refrigerators look like a 6-year-old was in charge of storing those poor choices.
我也试了试 60%猜对的概率 有沙拉的那个是一个trump fridge 我猜错了 😄
CleverBeaver 发表于 2020-10-28 11:39

哈,那个我也猜错了
kakeru
吃点儿所谓的有机健康食品还真吃出来高人一等的感觉了? 其实如果大多数人吃有机食品,非GMO食品,先不考虑价格对环境的破坏是挺大的...