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November 03, 2016

Cam Models Dish On Politics, Policy in Chauntelle Tibbals’ Survey for YNOT

AUSTIN, Texas—As it is for the rest of the country, apparently, the U.S. Presidential election is on the minds of cam models. As part of a wider research project exploring webcam models’ workplace experiences, sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals and YNOT asked U.S.-based models who they want to see in the White House. Models also weighed in regarding what social and political issues they consider most significant. When considering who the next U.S. President should be, models’ skepticism with the entire election process was apparent. Bernie Sanders received 29 percent of the votes, followed by a very telling “none of these” (23 percent). Donald Trump, who received 10 percent of the votes, was beaten soundly by Hillary Clinton, who received 21 percent. Nods for Gary Johnson, Kermit the Frog, and Jill Stein rounded out the responses, collecting the remaining support. Regarding political concerns, models were able to select as many issues as they felt pertinent from a list of topics, as well as add anything additional they considered relevant. Models ranked healthcare as the most significant issue, followed by free speech, women’s rights, and education. Write-in concerns included voters’ rights, campaign finance reform, legalization of marijuana, sex workers’ rights, and family planning for men (among other issues). These data are part of a wider study, the analysis of which is currently in progress. YNOT and sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals designed a 45-point survey that was completed by more than 400 currently active webcam models from around the globe. A full report outlining methodology and findings will be available to the public in coming months. Interim questions may be directed to research@ynot.com and/or query@chauntelletibbals.com.

 
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