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Fireworks and sounds from the Boston Pops all part of the holiday celebration in the hot.
Commemorating our independence and honoring the stars and stripes but -- bringing children to fourth of July events impact their future political views.
Harvard professor David data is out throat says yeah based on a study -- 25000.
People about -- When you vote in elections.
Whether you participate in with.
Any second result from his recent study showed him something very surprising.
We showed that for an additional -- the -- you celebrate.
You're -- percent more likely to identify where the Republican Party with -- your 4% more likely to vote in the Republican camp.
So with the big date coming -- we spoke to people waiting at the -- not for the fourth of July to find out their thoughts on the study just because.
You were something as a child growing up.
That's certainly true that your enemy -- You know -- have the same views and philosophies as an adult.
I think at a young age there's still a lot of factors that are going to -- -- -- Political leanings one way or the other.
The professor says the next step is to understand why they're seeing these results in any -- people here are ready to celebrate the fourth.
Regardless of affiliation.
Whether you're Republican or Democrat or any other party affiliation you're an American.
That's -- the -- the July 4 the be all about sort of that's what it means to meet in Boston Brett Conley Fox 5 News.
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