January 18, 2024

Swing voters. They’re a hot commodity that every politician knows can make or break a potential win at the polls. Popular thought was swing voters are last-minute deciders who (supposedly) weigh the pros and cons of each politician’s attributes and weaknesses before casting that deciding vote. While that may be true for some swing voters, a new study finds that in the last two presidential elections it was one issue that swung voters one way or the other; If you feel you pay a lot for groceries, there’s a map detailing just where in the country that is true; Staying on the topic of food; how well we sleep depends on what we eat, according to one nutritionist; and Archeologists just uncovered a huge network of ancient cities in the Amazon rainforest, where none was thought to exist. Go beyond the headlines…

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