If your usual shopping trips to American Apparel have been filling you with an unusual amount of self-loathing, perhaps this is why.
People are sick of your fixies and Rollie Fingers mustaches, so much so that they'd like to slap you bow-tie wearing beatniks with a special tax for being so damn annoying.
A new poll released today from the Public Policy Polling shows that a declining number of Americans have a favorable view of hipsters (aka people who pay more than $80 for a haircut that promises they'll look as though they haven't showered in days.)
A growing 42 percent are sick of hipsters and 43 percent aren't quite sure how they feel about the denizens of the Mission Districts of America.
Because hipsters aren't often voting Republicans, it's not shocking that 18 percent of Democrats have favorable feelings about hipsters while only 9 percent of Republicans do, according to the poll. Also not surprising, voters between the ages 18 and 29 like hipsters more than their grandparents do.
Only 10 percent of those who vote consider themselves to be hipsters. What's more, voters don't trust hipsters to run the world. Only 14 percent said they'd vote a hipster into political office.
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