It seems that people who were left in their youth (politics), become right when they are in the forty, why is that so?

No, that’s really a myth.

On the contrary, I would almost say.

People who are right think usually that the good thing that comes to them is their own merit. They see people as individuals and not as part of a system, and at the same time have a bigger problem with people who are not-like-they.

Many people who get older learn that this is a very limited idea. This makes them more linkser.

I know a lot more people who started conservatively and progressively ended up than the other way round.

No setbacks experienced.

I am a homeowner.Earned on top of my salary supermodal. I should be voting on the right par excellence.

I also have rheumatism, and have lost my job more than once.I have depended on our social system, which is trying to make the right

I have had to deal with police violence, which is right first trying to talk well.

I have had to deal with Labour and general discrimination which, according to the right, is falling, and I have to develop thicker skin.

There are right-wing points that I could agree with.There are many more that I disagree with, because my experience, and frankly mn common sense tell me that it’s backward things.

I’ve looked it up, this is what the psych says:

  1. We take more risk when we are young, we are more open to new and different
  2. We judge differently because we think slower we are going to think in categories and stereotypes sooner
  3. We surround ourselves with familiar things, and also judge from that framework.

All these things take care of conservative inclinations.In Some cases conservative can be very left, like the dying 脗 虄 party, but usually it is right.

In any case, young people are always over-represented in new initiatives.

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Ph.D., Professor of Business Psychology at UCL and NYU.

It certainly occurs, but it does not apply to everyone.I think that there are two important effects芒 鈧?”who are in front of many people 芒 鈧? play a role in the perception that it is a kind of legality.

  1. As people age, they get more responsibilities as a rule.

These responsibilities have been taken from a particular economic and societal start-up situation and are usually aimed at guaranteeing livelihoods and comfort for someone and the family. People are then very interested in the fact that the cash booklet remains throbbing and will therefore be inclined to oppose political measures threatening this status quo. Progressive links policy is often a greater threat in this respect than conservative legal policies.

  • The culture is constantly changing and the brain is becoming less flexible.
  • At a given moment芒 鈧?”when exactly differs of course by person芒 鈧? want and people can no longer embrace certain changes. So are my parents of the generation who still have a laptop, but no smartphone; Who do listen to rock, but not to EDM or hiphop; Don’t understand the hassle of black Piet, etc. People who then oppose all these changes will often feel politically better represented by right-wing than by left-wing party programs 芒 鈧劉 s. When my grandfather was young, it was 芒 鈧?艙left “to find that women and non-real estate owners had to have electoral rights, and that you would not come into jail purely because you could not pay an account.My grandfather was left. When he was old he still had the same opinions but then was as right. My grandfather has not changed, the right-left yardstick though.

    When I was young I was fairly rebellious.Wanted to resist the existing banks. So the choice was between extreme left and extreme right. Extreme links did have a little intellectual and ethical merits while the extreme right was just David. The choice was therefore made quickly.

    Being right is a difficult notion because there is a fairly large difference between moderately right and extreme right.There is also a difference between being economically and socially conservative. For example, the VVD is economically conservative, but socially in some aspects progressive (no problem with gays or women in high positions).

    However, you can say interesting things about getting older and voting right in general.There has been a lot of interesting research done. It’s all quite complex as there are many aspects that play along. Age is linked to a number of factors (sometimes causal, sometimes not) that can result in a higher probability of conservative or outright extreme right.

    In a somewhat older article by Psychology Today, a number of the findings are presented In a popular scientific way.Why Are Older peoplemore Conservative?

    As we age, we become more cautious.We are less open to new experiences. We hang rather stuck to prejudices or things that we have instilled. Black and white thinking we find more comfortable than having to accept ambiguity.

    There are also studies that show that angosity is a correlation with your voting behaviour.

    There is a link between fear and socially conservative voices. Older people would be relatively frightening.

    Study Age Influences The Way We Perceive Fear | Health News

    These key psychological differences can determine whether you’re liberal or conservative

    On the other hand, research by Vasilopoulos et al., to extreme legal voting, was that it is not fear itself that correlates, but anger all the more.Homophobia, Islamophobia and other 芒 鈧?虄Fobie茫 芒 鈧劉 are therefore often not a good term, because there is little fear, but a lot of anger. Other research shows that older people are just scoring lower on anger. It also turns out that it is quicker to experience disgust in stimuli, a robust connection with conservative voices. Age seems to correlate negatively with experiencing disgust.

    Intuitively, you would expect that lifestyle, saved possessions and way you earn your money also say something about your electoral behavior.If you are 50, then the odds are higher that you have a good running company and a cottage, tree, Beast, then if you are 20. It makes sense that homeowners feel at home faster with the VVD than in the SP. However, there was no clear link to this in English research. Do We really become more conservative with age?| James Tilley

    Is there any hope?Yes, because the many investigations do not show such a strong and pronounced connection that older are inevitably leading us to the right. There are protective factors such as high education and personality traits such as Openness to Experience, Conscientiousness, And agreeableness from the Big Five.Generational difference would also have effect (how many different studies contradict each other there) in which the newer generations at ageing choose less quickly for the right than their parents, because they grew up in a more progressive world. This would fit the find that lower education is related to social conservatism: fewer people of older generations are highly educated.

    As We age, we do not grow politically more conservative.Age differences in political preferences are almost exclusively due to the ways different cohorts grew up. | Aus der Wissenschaft f眉r die Politik

    And perhaps the best news, one study found that Dutch elderly were less right than young people.Especially in women and especially in terms of economic conservatism.

    So, if you are highly educated, you are a 芒 鈧?虄generation X芒 鈧劉 or later, you have a lot of empathy or similar qualities and you are not quickly irrational angry, then you can see the future reasonably rosy.

    Is that the same?

    I still know sat people who are just left above the 40 as when they were young.

    What I do see happen is that some people change from political conception.Some see you become more conservative as age progresses, but I also see people who were young when they were old, but as they grew older they were more progressive.

    The first group seems to be mainly men from a progressive environment that have financial good in old age.The last group seems to be mostly women who grew up in a conservative environment but who are already progressive after or during their student time.

    The old, and some faint theorem: Who is 20 years and is not left has no heart.Whoever is 40 years old and even left is not a brain.

    The joke means that as a child you are so loving to others, more famile-and friends-circle, and so are group-oriented.What’s left is: For the sake of collective thinking.

    And if you walk around for decades in adult life, then you have your experiences: that others are not always fond of you….
    You become a bit more individual, right-minded, to protect yourself.

    Kind of?

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