The rich aren't like the rest of us -- at least when it comes to the way they think about education and social spending.
That's the conclusion of a paper examining policy preferences broken down by income strata. The wealthy are strikingly more conservative on economic issues, government spending and safety-net spending.
You can see the full paper here.
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