2022 Cultural Snapshot of Democrat Voters
4 Oct 2022
2022 Cultural Snapshot of Democrat Voters

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Sean Freeder

Sean Freeder is an assistant professor of political science at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. He specializes in topics focused on public opinion and voter behavior, including polarization and partisan identity formation.

Tim Forster

Tim Forster is a food writer and editor. He was an editor for international food news site Eater for four years but brings academic knowledge in film, political science, and music history. He has worked as a parliamentary reporter in Canada, published essays and treatises on all sorts of popular culture, and produced an audio documentary about queer spaces in contemporary North American cities. With this kind of all-around expertise, he has deep cultural insight to inform his commentary on the food and drink and hospitality sectors and the ways they intersect with technology and popular culture.