- In a recent survey, results showed that crypto owners were more inclined to Clinton over Trump in the 2016 election.
- Only 34 percent of the respondents actually gave up their vote for the president.
- As the 2020 election looms just around the corner, we will see Andrew Yang take to the stage...
In a recent survey in regards to the political outlooks from cryptocurrency investors, results showed that crypto owners were more inclined to vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump - by a significant stretch too - in the 2016 election. 46 percent of survey respondents said they voted for Hillary in the election.
President Trump was falling far behind when you take a look at the survey. Only 34 percent of the respondents actually gave up their vote for the president.
What these survey results are telling us, is that there is a significant bias slant toward the left for the majority of voters who are proud owners of digital assets such as bitcoin.
Conducted by the creators of Clovr, the survey respondents were “70 percent male, 29.5 percent female, and 0.5 percent ‘other’”, according to CCN.
For those that don’t know, Clovr is an iGaming and eSports token designed for mainstream adoption.
Project manager for Clovr, Kip Wright said:
“We can expect these trends to continue as we get closer towards the 2020 election. Andrew Yang has been vocal about wanting to bring in a national framework on cryptocurrencies. This certainly bodes well for the progressive trendline.”
On top of this, as the 2020 election looms just around the corner, we will see Andrew Yang, a well-known pro-crypto enthusiast, take to the stage, so we might hear more about crypto from Democrats in 2020.
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