Chart: Generational Attitudes on Sushi and Gay Marriage Correlate Almost Perfectly

| Wed Feb. 27, 2013 1:56 PM PST

The younger you are, the more likely you are to support gay marriage. But what if there's another dimension to this generational shift—the sushi gap? Raw data from a new survey of Americans' food preferences shows that age-based unwillingness to put delicious uncooked fish in your mouth correlates nearly perfectly with existing data about who disapproves of marriage equality.

Sushi vs. gay marriage

Front page illustration: Mark Matcho

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