I scored a 39. I saw it coming. I grew up in NW DC (although, back in the 80s, DC was hardly what it is now), have never watched a full episode of Oprah, Dr. Phil, or Judge Judy, and don’t have the attention span to be a big movie buff. But I do own a Jimmie Johnson shirt (it was more of a drunken purchase at NASCAR than an ironic one, too).
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I got a 56. I grew up super rural, blur collar breadwinner, the whole nine yards. Some of these questions are pretty hilarious. I wonder if a milking parlor counts as a “factory floor”?
I got a 46, this sort of thing is incredibly interesting to me. Coming from a working class (low low income) family in Iowa to working in a law office in Chicago where the clientele is mostly North Shore divorce clients, I can see that great divide often.
I scored 25, straddling the line between “A first-generation upper-middle-class person with middle-class parents” (typical score: 33) and “A second-generation (or more) upper-middle-class person who has made a point of getting out a lot” (typical score: 9). Ayep.
Pretended I was American, answered all questions as though I’d lived my life in the US, and got 59.
69: A lifelong resident of a working-class neighborhood with average television and movie going habits//A first-generation middle-class person with working-class parents and average television and movie going habits.
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