Originally Posted by Dark_Raiden
Vince and thus WWE is far right conservative replublican, but they don't mind partnerships with GLAAD and things like that for extra money. The fans and performers seem to be more Democrat or left liberal.
Nonsense. You clearly have no idea what "far right" is.
Wrestlers tend to have a strong libertarian/conservative streak because they are independent contractors. You see the same phenomenon with truckers. Being independent contractors means you pay all the taxes yourself, as opposed to being an employee where a lot of the taxes are taken out before you get your paycheck.
As to the fanbase, it's a wide enough swath of American that's it fairly evenly split. The demographics of WWE fans is that the average income is somewhat below average.
What they aren't is left-liberal. The "progressives" and leftists in America are the most anti-pro wrestling demographic in this country and tend to come from the wealthiest classes.
NASCAR also has a fanbase that is somewhat below average in income.
You'd have to break down the data more. Blacks in America are 90-95% democrat. But often are socially conservative while being for a larger welfare state and more redistribution.
Poorer whites used to be a huge Democrat voting bloc but in recent decades middle and lower income whites have been trending more Republican.
Any fanbase that is large enough won't be much different than America as whole
America is split fairly evenly 40-40-20 - 40% Repub, 40% Dem, 20% independent. But ideologically it's still a center-right nation. 40% identify as conservative, 40% as moderate, and only 20% as liberal.
Of course these definitions change from region to region. A liberal in Georgia is not the same thing as a liberal in NYC.
The idea of Republicans being the party of the rich isn't supported by the data. The richest parts of America are places like NYC, LA, San Francisco, Seattle, etc -- which are also the most liberal. Obama got more Wall Street donations than any candidate in the history of America.