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Table 13. Cross-tabs for ideology and the “openness to experience” personality trait.

Table 14. Cross-tabs for ideology and the “conscientiousness” personality trait.

Table 15. Cross-tabs for ideology and childhood trauma.

Table 16. Ordered probit model of political ideology (1 = v. conservative to 5 = v. liberal) on childhood trauma and control variables. Descriptive statistics are provided in the Appendix. Standard errors (SE) and P-values are also presented.

Table 17. Ordered probit model of political ideology (1 = v. conservative to 5 = v. liberal) on the “big five” personality traits, childhood trauma, and control variables. Descriptive statistics are provided in the Appendix. Standard errors (SE) and P-values are also presented.

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