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Democrats see themselves as Teslas, Republicans as Corvettes

Respondents said Trump should drive an Escalade, Clinton a Mercedes GL-Class.

While the poll respondents leaned Republican, a third of those surveyed chose neither candidate as their preferred presidential choice.

Voter Drive: Study says political ideologies correlate with what cars we buy

A new study by RL Polk & Co. shows that the kind of car you drive is tied to the state you live in, and whether that state is traditionally Republican or Democrat-leaning. The study shows that 36 of the 50 United States tie closely to political lines. Red states (Republican) typically buy domestic, while blue states (Democrat) typically skew import.

Gun owners want their other car to be a Chevy Volt

click image above for high-res gallery of the Chevy Volt

Ford's spindoctor exits stage left

When FoMoCo was looking to reshape its image in March 2005, it hired a top political strategist to help it turn things around. But after only 18 months on the job, Josh Gottheimer is on his way out the door.