Video games can't really be classified as an odd little subculture in America anymore. They're as big a form of recreation and entertainment as anything available now, and after four decades, video games have proven they're here to stay. Working with data from the two most-recent Reason-Rupe polls, Emily Ekins and Scott Shackford find that if there's any one trend to take away from data it's that gamers don't like to be told what to do with their lives. That's pretty libertarian.
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