"Guardian Reader" is often used an an epithet for someone liberal minded, and "Daily Mail Reader" to describe someone who is overly conservative. However is there any truth in this?
Both the Daily Mail and The Guardian have one thing in common: they constantly poll their readers. Constant, endless polls. Polls polls polls polls. Polls about everything from Europe to how hairy a man's chest should be. Never let it be said that the Daily Mail do not like Polls.
Below, I have mixed up 50 Guardian polls and 50 Daily Mail polls. Answer them honestly, and we will see which group of readers you agree with the most in this scientifically flawed experiment.
Are you more of a Daily Mail or Guardian Reader?